AceShowbiz - JLS star JB Gill thought Adele was one of his fans when he didn't recognise her on the street. The "Beat Again" hitmaker, 36, has admitted to not having a clue who the 34-year-old Grammy winner was when she said hello to him during the early days of her career when "Chasing Pavements" was a hit in 2008.
"I crossed the road on Oxford Street and this girl came up to me and said, 'Oh hi, JB!' I replied, 'Hi, how you doing?' But I didn't recognise her at all," he told Heat magazine.
"I'm talking to her and she's like, 'It's me, Adele.' I'm thinking, 'Adele... I don't know Adele.' Anyway, we had a photo together. I left, and I was knocking around in my head, 'Adele, Adele, Adele...' And then I was like, 'Oh my days, Adele, Adele!' I didn't put two and two together. I didn't mean to treat her like a fan, but at least I was polite."
Meanwhile, Aston Merrygold has admitted he was the biggest partier out of his bandmates back in the day, When Marvin Humes said Aston was the "craziest," Aston replied, Absolutely not! It's all fair game, everyone has their little bit of crazy."
"I think I was seen as the crazy one because I'm the youngest. I would just enjoy going out after the shows, and I was probably the one who didn't enjoy my bed the most. Sleep that came my way was very minimal."
The band - completed by Oritse Williams - are embarking on "The Hits Tour" this October and November.