JLS have been 'crowned' Britain's hardest-working band for the second year in a row.
According to The Scotsman, JLS headlined 34 UK shows last year, more than any other artist.
34 isn't that many is it?
In response to the 'exciting' 'news', JLS or someone pretending to be said in a statement: "We're delighted to once again be crowned the hardest-working band of the year. It means a lot that so many of our fans have had a chance to see us perform live."
Other hard-working artists in the list included Westlife, who performed 31 arena 'gigs' this year, and Steps and Olly Murs who came third and fourth in the list.
Speaking for PRS For Music, who compiled the list, the amazingly named Barney Hooper added: "JLS have once again demonstrated that they truly know how to engage with their massive fan base, performing live to as many of them as possible."