JLS Oritse Buys Ronnie Corbett's Old House
Singer claims he has blocked tiny doors in his new Surrey home...
JLSstar Oritsé Williams has revealed that he has bought veteran comedian Ronnie Corbett's old house in Surrey.
The Sun claims that the star - who was weeping about the band's split on a chat show last week - has spent £1.7m on the luxury pad which was formerly owned by the diminutive funnyman.
Oritsé told the paper: "There's actually a small secret door I've had to close off that he used to come through at the side of the garden.
"There's a small little door and it looks like a dwarf-sized door.
"You go in and it takes you in to the music room. I've had to completely block it off because it's literally not much bigger than a catflap.
"You can just imagine Snow White and the seven dwarves coming through it."
Meanwhile JLS have confused fans at their first gig since announcing last week that they are to part ways.
As they performed at the swanky Nobu restaurant in London's exclusive Park Lane, Oritsé told the crowd: "We may have reached the end of the JLS legacy..."
Before bandmate Marvin Humes added: "But this is not the end."
There has been no suggestion that the boys are changing their minds about the split though.