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  • During a meeting with former bandmate Abz Love, Brown explained he has moved on and that he does not feel comfortable returning to Five.Jason "J" Brown-Wikipedia
  • The group were mostly known as a five-piece, consisting of Robinson, Neville, Conlon, Abz Love and Jason "J" Brown.Five (group)-Wikipedia
  • During filming for the show, the remaining four members, Abz Love, Sean Conlon, Ritchie Neville and Scott Robinson, discussed the possibility of auditioning a new fifth member.The Big Reunion-Wikipedia
  • An alternate version of the song, in which J Brown's rap is replaced by Abs Breen's rap, was made especially for the US release; there are separate videos for each version.When the Lights Go Out-Wikipedia
  • Also that year, they produced the singles "Miss Perfect" and "7 Ways" for former Five member Abs's solo album, Abstract Theory.Xenomania-Wikipedia
  • Richard Abidin Breen, better known as Abz Love or simply Abz, is an English singer, rapper, dancer, record producer and DJ.Celebrity Big Brother (British series 12)-Wikipedia
  • Abs Breen pushes down on a lever on the wall, which dims the lights where they are and opens up the curtain.Everybody Get Up-Wikipedia
  • Neville, J Brown, Sean Conlon, Abs Breen and Scott Robinson, who had during the audition arranged themselves into a group, were subsequently picked and later became Five.Ritchie Neville-Wikipedia
  • Robinson was eventually selected to be part of the band along with Richard "Abs" Breen (now Abz Love), Ritchie Neville, Sean Conlon and Jason "J" Brown.Scott Robinson (singer)-Wikipedia
  • He was the oldest member of the band, which also included Sean Conlon, Ritchie Neville, Abz Love and Scott Robinson.Jason "J" Brown-Wikipedia
  • Dannielle is close friends with Kelly Brook, Abs Breen (Whom she dated from 1996 to 2000) and Nicola Stapleton, an actress she worked with in Bad Girls.Dannielle Brent-Wikipedia
  • In 2001 Fallon was booked to appear at an R.A.F tattoo event which involved flying in on a helicopter with ex 5ive member and popstar Abz Love.Fa11on-Wikipedia
  • This is the band's first full concert tour without former founding member Abz Love, thus making it their first as a trio.Loud and Intimate Tour-Wikipedia
  • During filming for the show, the remaining four members, Abz Love, Sean Conlon, Ritchie Neville and Scott Robinson, discussed the possibility of auditioning a new fifth member.The Big Reunion (series 1)-Wikipedia
  • It was co-written by band members J Brown, Sean Conlon and Abs Breen, and Richard Stannard, Julian Gallagher, and co-produced by Stannard and Rowe.If Ya Gettin' Down-Wikipedia
  • During the band's greatest hits tour in 2013, Scott Robinson and Abz Love changed the lyrics of the song.Slam Dunk (Da Funk)-Wikipedia
  • Released on 13 August 2001, the song was written by Richard Stannard, Julian Gallagher, Martin Harrington, Abs Breen, Jason "J" Brown and Sean Conlon, and produced by Stannard and Rowe.Let's Dance (Five song)-Wikipedia
  • In 2012, it was announced that Five would again be reforming, this time with Conlon, but without J Brown who later pulled out of the reunion and in August 2014, Abz Love left the band due to creative differences.Five discography-Wikipedia
  • The auditions resulted in a provisional casting of nine members: Richard Breen (now better known as Abz Love), Ritchie Neville, Scott Robinson, Sean Conlon, Jason "J" Brown, and stand-by members Peter Montpellier, Paul Taylor, Anthony Baker (rapper) and Ric Hershon.Five (group)-Wikipedia
  • On 22 August 2013, Jones entered the Celebrity Big Brother house with his on-screen Coronation Street ex-wife, Vicky Entwistle and on 6 September 2013, he was the fourth housemate to be evicted losing to Abz Love, Courtney Stodden, Lauren Harries, Louie Spence and Entwistle.Bruce Jones (actor)-Wikipedia
  • The song was sampled in Abs Breen's 2002 UK Top 10 hit single, "What You Got".Uptown Top Ranking-Wikipedia
  • Abstract Theory is the debut solo album released by former Five member Abs.Abstract Theory-Wikipedia
  • "Stop Sign" is the third single released from former Five member Abs Breen's debut solo album, Abstract Theory.Stop Sign-Wikipedia
  • Reviewing the first episode, Digital Spy's Catriona Wightman wrote, "if this first episode proved anything, it's that The Big Reunion is not about the music. It never has been, really - our obsession with Abz was really down to his hats, farming and tough post-fame life. And with Girl Thing, their story of the hype, the arguments and the crashing fall was an interesting enough insight into the world of the music business that we stopped caring about the fact that they never made it big. Honestly, that was kind of the point."The Big Reunion (series 2)-Wikipedia
  • Abs had eleven top 10 singles with Five between 1997 and 2001, but "What You Got" marked his solo debut.List of UK top-ten singles in 2002-Wikipedia
  • Fallon was previously engaged to ex 5ive star Abz Love and co-starred with Love in their hit documentary series Country Strife: Abz on the farm which aired on BBC two in 2015 and on the subsequent Christmas special Country Strife: Abz on the Christmas farm.Fa11on-Wikipedia
  • Written by producers Richard Stannard and Julian Gallagher, and band members Sean Conlon, Abs Breen and Jason "J" Brown, the song was released on 6 March 2000 as the fourth single from their second studio album Invincible (1999).Don't Wanna Let You Go-Wikipedia
  • Three members of the band, Ritchie Neville, Sean Conlon and Abs Breen, are sitting in a room and looking at a laptop when Scott Robinson comes in and says "Lads? The freak is officially...back.", and dumps a big pile of fanmail on the table.Don't Wanna Let You Go-Wikipedia

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