JLS stunts banned from venues?
JLS have revealed that their on-stage stunts have been banned from some smaller venues on their UK tour.
The boys said a couple of their bigger moves had been deemed too risky - but they will be doing them at their Brits performance later this month.
Marvin Humes told the Daily Star: "We are saving all the stunts because some of the venues we're playing on this tour couldn't withstand exactly what we wanted to do - we are looking at flying over the crowd in arenas and having fire."
He added that not all the boys would be doing backflips at the Brits.
"We're leaving the backflips to Aston, though, because I'm too tall," he laughed.
Bandmate Oritse said the boys still put pressure on themselves to improve their performances.
He said: "We always want to improve, and for me personally I am always striving for the next show to be better than the one before.
"We have heard that a lot of management companies are putting together new boybands to compete with us but know we have something special, and a friendship that keeps the dynamic of the group strong."