As JLS get ready to release the first single off their new album, Aston and Oritse invited Newsround for a chat, so of course we said... YES PLEASE!
We were swamped with your questions for the boys and we asked as many as we could. Here's what they had to say...
Who's the best dancer? - Caitlin, 10, Pinner, England
All of us!
What's your favourite JLS song? - Eve, 12, Cheshire, England
It's a song you probably haven't heard because it hasn't been released, called Shy of the Call. We wrote it when we first started.
Do you have your own JLS songs on your ipod?! - Gemma, 13, Belfast, Northern Ireland
Who causes the most trouble backstage? (probably Aston!) - Mary, 15, Wigan, England
Oritse: She's right!
Aston: Why do you think that's me Mary?!?! Yes, it probably is me - I do like to run around a lot and I get a bit boisterous. It's hard to get hold of me sometimes!
When did you all first start singing? - Kareem, 12, London, England
We all started singing when we were around four probably, singing nursery rhymes like Baa Baa Black Sheep
How long does it take to decide on the lyrics for your songs, and do you ever squabble? - Beth, 11, Huddersfield, England
We never squabble over anything in the band. Sometimes it takes five minutes to write lyrics and then sometimes it can take two days.
But probably on average it's around three hours.
Who are your heroes? - Rikki, 12, Yeovil, England
Our heroes have got to be our closest family members, because they've taught us manners and respect for other people.
Our mums have done great jobs making us well-rounded boys.
Who do you want to win the World Cup now England are out? - Zara, 13, London, England
Oritse: I was so gutted England are out!! My loyalty lies with England.
Aston: But now they're out the rest of us are backing a different team. I've got Spain, Marvin has Argentina and JB has Holland.
If you had any other job than the one you have now what would it be? - Tahlia, 9, London, England
Aston: England footballer!
Oritse: I'd like to win an Oscar so I'd be in film or acting. I never had much of a chance to do performing arts at school so that would be great.
What's the weirdest thing you ever got from a fan? - Andrea, 11, Belfast, Northern Ireland
Oritse: It was my birthday when I was in the X Factor house and a fan wrapped herself up in wrapping paper outside the house!
Aston: She had a fairy costume on underneath!
Is it scary playing music in front of loads of people? - Luke, 8, Exmouth, England
Aston: It's scarier performing in front of just a few people than huge crowds. I'd be fine singing just to one girl, serenading her or something, but if it's 10 people it's scary. You can see each one of them.
Oritse: But when you're performing in front of thousands of people it's unbelievable - they're all jumping about.
What does it feel like to go from a group of friends nobody knows to one of the most popular boy bands in the world? - Amal, 11, Wokingham, England
It's the best feeling in the world.
It's crazy to think we were performing to small crowds like 50 people and now it's thousands.
We do the big festivals like T4, Capital Summertime Ball... and everyone's singing YOUR songs back at you!
Is it hard to get famous? I want to be a singer - Adriana, 11, London, England
Word hard, and keep going with your dream. You'll be told no 10 times before you get a yes and you get a chance.