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December, 18

Union J to sign Sony record deal

 
 
 
 
Union J to sign Sony record deal

Union J have revealed that they are on the verge of signing a record contract with Sony.

The X Factor boyband - Josh Cuthbert, Jamie 'JJ' Hamblett, Jaymi Hensley and George Shelley - announced that they are closing the deal on ITV1's Daybreak.

Jaymi said: "It's amazing. It's been a crazy week. Obviously when we came out of the show the dream was to get a record deal and we're going to Sony today to sort out all the contracts and stuff."

He added: "Before Christmas we will have our deal finalised."

Union J, who were booted out in the semi-finals, join Ella Henderson in getting snapped up by record label bosses.

 

Source: music.uk.msn.com
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