Union J pledge support to Tulisa
This article is from 2013.
Union J have pledged their support to Tulisa after she was arrested in June for allegedly facilitating an £800 cocaine deal for an undercover journalist.
Union J have pledged their support to Tulisa.
The boy band hope the disgraced singer - who was arrested in June for allegedly facilitating an £800 cocaine deal for an undercover journalist - will be allowed to move on from the scandal, and have nothing but positive comments to make about the former 'X Factor' judge.
J.J. Hamblett said: "We just wish her the best of luck."
Josh Cuthbert added: "She knows we all support her, we wish her the best. It's a shame what happened."
However, the boys are yet to reach out to the former N-Dubz star - who has been replaced by Sharon Osbourne on the ITV programme - because they don't want her to feel overwhelmed.
Jaymi Hensley said: "She doesn't need people sending her pointless messages. If she needs us, we still love her. We're not here to judge."
The 'Carry You' singers placed fourth on 'The X Factor' last year and believe they were part of the most commercially successful crop of contestants to date.
Josh said: "It was a good year ... [James Arthur's album] is really amazing. We're obviously the first to release anything from last year's series. I'm excited for James, and Ella Henderson and Jahmene Douglas - his album's out."
Jaymi added to OK! magazine: "And [Lucy] Spraggan and Chris [Maloney]! We're the first year ever to have six of the main finalists signed to a major record label."