Kingsland Road partied with Little Mix
- Bang Showbiz
- 4 November 2013
Kingsland Road partied until the early hours with girl band Little Mix after being voted out of 'The X Factor' last night (03.11.13)
Kingsland Road partied with Little Mix after being voted out of 'The X Factor' last night (03.11.13).
Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Jade Thirlwall from the girl band, who won the ITV talent show in 2011, invited the lads to the famous Whisky Mist nightclub in London's Mayfair.
The boys, who found themselves in the bottom two with fellow contestant Tamera Foster this week, danced in the VIP area of the club until gone 3am.
But it ended badly for Kingsland Road's JJ Thomspon and Matt Cahill, who got a bit carried away and ended up being sick when they got home.
Josh Zane, 20, exclusively told BANG Showbiz: "We rocked in about 3.30am and then Matt and JJ were a little bit poorly.
"Sterling [Ramsey, from Rough Copy] was sleeping on a bean bag waiting to see us and say goodbye and Matt just threw up on him."
But the boys said it was a well-deserved night out, despite how it ended, and they were flattered to have been asked out by the Little Mix girls.
JJ, 22, said: "We hadn't been out for ages because we'd been skint, so it's the first night out we've really had.
"I just liked hanging out with them [Little Mix] because they're so normal, it didn't feel like we were in VIP.
"They invited us out, they were really nice and they've given us so much support."
Jay Scott, 19, added: "We had a good dance, I don't usually like VIP but this was different.
"It was a great night and we're supporting Little Mix on Saturday at G.A.Y in London."
Kingsland Road said the girls gave them words of encouragement on the show before performing their new single 'Move' last night.
The East London boyband, who shared a two-bedroom flat before going on the show, say the lease has now expired and they are homeless after moving out of the 'X Factor' house which they shared with their fellow contestants.
Josh said: "We'll have to go back to our separate families because we don't have anywhere else to stay."