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JLS: boy bands to rule charts
JLS are not threatened by other boy bands and believe there is room for everybody to be successful.
JLS are happy to share the limelight with other boy bands and think there is room for everybody in the charts.
Instead of being threatened by bands such as The Wanted , Take That and Westlife , the foursome think it's time for boy bands to rule the charts.
In an interview with The Daily Star, Marvin Humes said: ""For a long time we had rock and indie, but now pop and mainstream commercial music is here to stay. Let's all rule the charts...there's room for everyone and no reason why The Wanted can't have a place in boyband history. Good luck to them."
JLS have also said that they want to become bigger and better and aim to be as successful as their heroes, The Jackson 5 .
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