The UK's naughtiest boy band Loveable Rogues stole the show on Britain's Got Talent

Cheeky Essex lads Loveable Rogues captured the hearts of Alesha Dixon and the rest of the country on Britain’s Got Talent last year.

Eddie Brett, 21, Sonny Jay Muharrem, 19, and Té Qhairo Eugene, 19, then signed a £1 million record deal with Simon Cowells Syco record company and they’re loving being pop sensations.

‘The first two months were so crazy,’ Eddie tells Now’s Dan Wootton.

‘There were girls every night.

We almost felt that we had to do it because we were living this amazing new life and performing at our own gigs.

Now we don’t have the stamina – we’d rather sleep.

‘How many girls do you want to shag?

‘One night stands are boring!’

The boys met Katie Price in Brighton on The X Factor tour.

‘We flirted with her,’ reveals Té. ‘But then again, we flirt with any woman we meet.’

Sonny thinks Katie ‘definitely gave him the eye’, but he’d prefer to hook up with TOWIE’s Gemma Collins, 32.

‘I love that she’s from Essex and voluptuous,’ he says.

‘She’s got a great personality, too – which is what counts in a woman.

‘She’d look after me and that’s what counts.

‘But I think I also like it because my mum would hate it if I brought an older woman back.

‘Gemma‘s more like my mum’s age.’

Read Dan Wootton‘s full interview with Loveable Rogues in Now magazine dated 15 April 2013 – out now!

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