JB Gill becomes Ambassador for the Mayor's Fund

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JB Gill becomes Ambassador for the Mayor's Fund

He's best known for being one quarter of the boyband JLS that found fame after the X Factor.

But those days are long gone - as JB Gill has since turned his hand to farming - and if that wasn't enough - he's now been appointed an ambassador for the Mayor's Fund in London. It's a charity that helps the capital's young people acquire the skills they need to get jobs.

JB joined Stefan Levy to explain his involvement with the cause, his new life as a farmer, and the prospects of JLS getting back together.

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