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JLS 'Love You More' XFactor Live performance TweetView

Didn't plan to do this but too many good tweets to leave it out Another Real Badman Never Afraid kinda thread.

Brief history: JLS were runners up on 2008 XFactor, losing to Alexandra Burke. Have since gone on to have a successful career.

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KEY:
RT aka ReTweet = Repeating someone else's tweet for everyone of your own followers to see
@[insert name] = Twitter username. www.twitter.com/[name after @ sign] For example: @MarvinSparks = www.twitter.com/MarvinSparks

Follow everyone who wrote tweets you like. If you'd like your tweet removed ask and I'll think about it

Last but not least

Disclaimer: Tweets do not reflect the opinions of us (me) here at Marvin Sparks dot Blog Spot dot com. We (I) found them funny/relevant

Forget what the papers will say, here's what the tweople say


@madnewsblog Janice Miss Mad News
Its JLS everyone!!!!

@thatgrapejuice Sam GrapeJuice
Gotta love this gassing-up promo for JLS. Can't stand them, but respect that they work the cottage cheese they call songs to the fullest..

@BangsandaBun Muireann C-Campbell
You know what confuses me about JLS? Isn't there meant to be at least 1 good looking one in a boy band? #shotsfired



@Adenike1 adenike adenitire
I LOVE LOVE this new JLS song! Wooooop whoop! Don't judge me peeps!

@siananderson Sigh-Anne Anderson
Oh yeeesssssss. JLS = MY TIMEEEEEEEEEEEE. Guilty Pleasure I'm sorry guys but I love them

@siananderson Sigh-Anne Anderson
Nah this song is WACK I take back what I just said I take it back I take it back I take it backkkkkkkkkkk!!!!!!

@madnewsblog Janice Miss Mad News
This song is awful

@missjaylouise Janay Louise
RT @ShamzLeRoc: One of the guys in JLS looks like a homosexual Kano. << LOOOL

@tymusic ty
somebodyys wearing lip gloss thats all i'm saying!!! xfactor jls

@toyaberry Toya Berry
JLS have individual colour coded ear pieces to match their microphones? How corny! #xfactor

@Jpizzledizzle Joseph Patterson
I know how annoying these four dudettes are, but I can't deny they're making that paper. Ah, f**k it. They're annoying, I don't care. #jls

@MikillPane Mikill Pane
One shot, JLS? I really wanted four. Here - take the gun back. I'm going to find one with more rounds...

@siananderson Sigh-Anne Anderson
This tune would be sick if it were sung by... any other boy band.

@madnewsblog Janice Miss Mad News
Is Ashton growing facial hair?

@thatgrapejuice Sam GrapeJuice
This JLS performance is as limp as their down-belows when with a chick. #justsaying #xfactor

@siananderson Sigh-Anne Anderson
NO NO NO WHAT THE FUCK ARE THESE VOCALS DOING? NO THEY SHOULD HAVE MIMED. NO NO NO STOP IT NOW

@madnewsblog Janice Miss Mad News
OMG that was terrible off key

@missjaylouise Janay Louise
RT @MarvinSparks: Yeah so yesterday's XFactor episode with Twitter commentary = http://bit.ly/cnhqSP

@MISSLALAREPORT MISS LALA
This song offends my eardrums!

@jenimills Jennifer Mills
RT by @THISISMAXONLINE
Sing it @JLSOfficial! Available now on itunes. Guys are looking sharp. Go O!

@QueenBRochelle Rochelle Robertson
Oritse struggled on that note there. Poor ting

@alexkofitwinb AlexKofiTwinB
Wow that note made me glad for no surround sound

@Skepta Skepta
Why do Boy Bands hug after their performances? Imagine I gotta reload at a rave and I started hugging @Shortybbk hahaha ahha ahaha #Myth

@thatgrapejuice Sam GrapeJuice
I'm all for coming out when the time is right, but the prob with JLS is that it's SO blatant 70% of the group like sausage...

@thatgrapejuice Sam GrapeJuice
..hence making the fact we're sposed to believe they enjoy vajayjay all the more patronising. #xfactor

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  1. @thatgrapejuice Sam GrapeJuice
    I'm all for coming out when the time is right, but the prob with JLS is that it's SO blatant 70% of the group like sausage...

    looooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooollllll

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