JLS staying clean-cut

The band insist they won't fall to the 'rock 'n' roll' lifestyle following the tragic death of pop icon Whitney Houston.

The serial chart-toppers insist that they wouldn't ever follow the rock 'n' roll lifestyle because of the people they surround themselves with.

'I know some artists might say different,' said 25-year-old Ortise to the Metro, 'but in our circle and the people we surround ourselves with, we've never had any instances of people offering us this or that.'

The boys then joined the likes of Beyonce, Rihanna and Paul McCartney in paying tribute to Whitney.

'I don't think there's anybody in the world that wasn't inspired by Whitney through music,' said JB. 'She was an idol.'

Whitney Houston's funeral will be taking place on Saturday, at the church in New Jersey, New York where she sang as a child.

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