Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 28 January 2015

Union J want to beat One Direction

Union J are keen to beat One Direction
Union J are keen to beat One Direction

Union J have admitted they are desperate to beat One Direction at something... anything... even table tennis.

The X Factor boy band are keen to take on their reality show predecessors and come out on top, and told the Daily Mirror they didn't care how they managed to do it.

Josh Cuthbert said: "We'd love to one day beat them at something. Even if it has to be table tennis. We'd rather beat them musically, but if it has to be a naff sport like a game of bowls then so be it. It would feel great to just beat them."

Meanwhile, George Shelley denied rumours linking him to Little Mix's Jesy Nelson and Justin Bieber's ex Selena Gomez.

He said: "Jesy is my best mate - we hang out all the time and talk about music - that's all it is. And I haven't seen Selena since we supported her in the summer. I'm 100 per cent single and ready to mingle."

Union J's next single Loving You Is Easy is out on December 29 and their Magazine and Screens tour starts next month.

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