JLS are to record their second album in the US.

The 'Beat Again' group are leaving their home country of the UK and travelling across the Atlantic to work with producers, and also because the US is where some of the people they want to collaborate with are based.

Band member Marvin Humes said: "It's likely we're going to be recording some tracks for our album over there - that's where the producers are based.

"Taio Cruz has had a lot of success, Jay Sean has had a lot of success - it seems like a good time for Brits at the moment."

"Jay-Z we'd love to collaborate with, Beyonce we'd love to collaborate with, Ne-Yo we'd love to collaborate with - there are so many great artists."

Although he listed his dream collaborators, Marvin said, however, no-one has yet been confirmed to work with JLS - which also includes Aston Merrygold, Jonathan 'JB' Gill and Ortise Williams - on the new album.

Meanwhile Led Zeppelin musician Jimmy Page went to see the band play at a charity show at London's Royal Albert Hall last night (28.03.10). The guitarist had brought his children to watch the band.