In a somewhat unlikely partnership, X Factor runner-ups have teamed with Durex to launch their own range of condoms. JLS hope to promote safe sex and raise money for the JLS Charitable Foundation via the condoms which feature their likeness and trademark colours on the packet.
'If Cheryl Cole wants to come along and help promote the message or even Simon Cowell, we'd welcome it,' quips Orits Williams. 'The more the merrier.'
JLS' Marvin Humes elaborated on the the Just Love Safe condom range which contain three Durex Extra Safe condoms: "We wanted to send a clear message out to fans that are over 16 and sexually active - and that is always to use a condom during sex."
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