"I Ain't Missing you" was released as the third single on 23 September 2016 and "Too Late" as the fourth in December that same year.
Merrygold performed in school productions and, after leaving school in 2004, was cast in a new ITV children's programme, Fun Song Factory alongside children's TV presenter Laura Hamilton. JB Gill was recruited soon after, and they later changed their name to JLS, which was thought up by Marvin's girlfriend at the time.
In 2008, they auditioned for the fifth series of The X Factor, where they went on to finish in second place to Alexandra Burke.
Merrygold scored a perfect score of 40 and the pair won the tv special.
Merrygold was born on 13 February 1988 to a Jamaican father and an Anglo-Irish mother, who split up when Merrygold was very young.
In August 2017, Merrygold was announced as a contestant for the fifteenth series of Strictly Come Dancing.
Merrygold was eliminated on 5 November 2017, coming in tenth place.He is one of seven children: he has five brothers and one sister between his biological and step parents.Merrygold stated that he loved to dance and perform and certain TV appearances got him into singing.His initial aspiration was to play football professionally; however, after developing a nerve problem in his left foot, he tried singing and acting instead.In 2002, he entered Stars in Their Eyes where he appeared as Michael Jackson, singing "Rockin' Robin". Shortly after Merrygold took on a job as an entertainer at Pop Star Studios in Fletton Peterborough, eventually leaving to follow his musical career.In December 2018, Aston reunited with dance partner Janette Manrara for Strictly's Christmas Special.