STAY OUT OF TOWN

Any fans expecting a kiss at this afternoon's London instore will be "crossing the line"...

STAY OUT OF TOWN
O-TOWN[/url] are making an appearance at LONDON's flagship HMV store this afternoon - but JACOB from the band has told NME.COM that any fans expecting a kiss will be "crossing the line"

On the subject of fans, Jacob tells us: "Everyone's got crazy fans. Every time I go into the hotel I'm going to get an earring ripped out or they'll take out one of my dreadlocks and put it in a glass case. There's a boundary that people need to respect. We'll sign something for you and shake your hand, but as soon as you spit on my cheek that's crossing the line."

The star then went one further, insisting that O-Town[/url] are not indebted to their fans. "We don't owe you anything just because we're famous or on TV," he said. "When we do go out and do autographs, it's a respect factor as human beings."

Jacob also turned his nose up at the thought of dating Britney Spears, commenting "I don't take any sloppy seconds". When NME.COM suggested that virginal Britney was unlikely to be providing sloppy seconds, Jacob added, mysteriously, "Of course."

On the subject of Britney versus Christina, Erik from the band concluded: "I don't really want to sleep with either of them. If I had to, I'd do both. At the same time."

To see second part of NME.COM's interview with O-Town[/url], visit our O-Town[/url] microsite at microsites.nme.com/o-town. The band's signing tomorrow begins at 1pm.

Read More On This Artist

More News
Shakira partners with Fisher-Price for line of baby toys
Depeche Mode share live version of 'Enjoy The Silence' from Anton Corbijn concert film...
Tinchy Stryder and Chuckle Brothers share video for collaborative track 'To Me, To You'...
CMJ festival issues statement concerning Ebola scare
She And Him share cover of Dusty Springfield's 'Stay Awhile'
One Direction fan-fiction writer signs six-figure book deal
Klaxons hint at split: forthcoming UK tour will be their last
Panda Bear announces new album 'Panda Bear Meets the Grim Reaper' – hear first song now
Muse working with AC/DC producer on new studio album
Gerard Way covers Sleater-Kinney's 'I Wanna Be Your Joey Ramone' – watch
Iggy Azalea teams with MØ for new single 'Beg For It' - listen
Thurston Moore criticises Twitter users who 'exist on scandal'
Brian Eno to reissue four albums with unreleased music
Lady Gaga helps gay friend propose to his boyfriend during Manchester gig
Everything Everything to complete new album in public during Manchester Library artist residency
Superfood stream debut album 'Don't Say That' – listen
Renowned music photographer David Redfern dies
Joanna Gruesome announce 2015 London residency
Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong performs live with Joan Jett – watch
Kenny G denies meddling in foreign affairs after attending Hong Kong pro-democracy protest
Ozzy Osbourne urges original drummer Bill Ward to rejoin Black Sabbath for final album
Courtney Love claims she and Dave Grohl have a £6k bet about strippers

More News

Comments

Please login to add your comment.

Latest Tickets - Booking Now
 
Know Your NME
 

 
NME Store & Framed Prints
Inside NME.COM