It's been a crazy year for Loveable Rogues after impressing Simon Cowell on Britain's Got Talent

One year after their success as contestants on Britain’s Got Talent, Loveable Rogues are turning into polished pop stars.

Eddie Brett, 21, Sonny Jay Muharrem, 19, and Té Qhairo Eugene, 19, have signed a £1 million record deal with Simon Cowells Syco record company.

They’re the only boy band other than One Direction he’s agreed to have on the label and the boys have toured with Olly Murs.

Eddie finds it very useful to go on the pull with Olly.

I’ve been out with him before and it helps with the girls,’ says Eddie.

‘But one night I ended up sleeping on his floor.

‘He ordered a table of shots because he’d just gone to No 1. Rylan [Clark] was there.

‘So was Louis Tomlinson from 1D and his girlfriend [Eleanor Calder].

‘It was a random, funny night.’

is now living in the same tower block in East London as Tinie Tempah and Little Mix and Sonny – who met Leona Lewis in Mahiki – has bonded with George Shelley from Union J.

‘We’ve become good mates because he’s the funniest person ever,’ says Sonny.

‘He plays pranks on Eddie all the time – one night he poured toothpaste in his eye when he was asleep.’

Loveable Rogues release their debut single What A Night on 21 April. 

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


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