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JLS’ Oritsé reveals he has ‘a lot of unanswered questions’ after wife’s miscarriages

JLS’ Oritsé Williams says he’s been left with “a lot of question marks” after his wife, Kazz, suffered two miscarriages. The X Factor star, 37, who has a son Omre, eight, with his ex Aimée Jade (AJ) Azari, got married three years ago after meeting Kazz online in 2019. However, the couple have since sadly lost two babies, which Oritsé says has been “very difficult to deal with”. Opening up about his tragic loss, he said: “Baby loss and miscarriage is a very, very, very, very difficult thing to be able to deal with. You’ve got a lot of question marks that will never be answered.” The One Shot star, who shot to fame on the X Factor in 2008 alongside pals Marvin Humes, JB Gill, and Aston Merrygold, praised Kazz for forcing him to open up to her about how he was feeling, instead of keeping his pain to himself. Speaking about their suffering, he continued: “Women go through things physically, emotionally, psychologically when it comes to that type of thing but [so do] men. I was left with certain scars and open wounds that needed to heal,” reports Metro.co.uk. In a deep heart to heart with his wife, Oritsé finally let go of his emotions to the point where he was left “inconsolable.” He recalled on GB News, speaking to Ellie Costello and Peter Andre: “When my wife first forced it out of me, how I felt, I ended up a mess on the floor. I was crying, almost inconsolable. We cried together. I needed that release so badly, it came out in a flood of tears and emotions. Ever since, I have been able to speak to other men, who have shared their own experiences and we have cried together.” Reflecting on his mental health now, the singer told the Metro that men need to talk more and realise that being strong doesn’t mean you ‘carry on like nothing has happened’. “I’ve learned from that and have grown,” he said. “I’ve encouraged other men to speak openly and have had a lot of men reached out to me.” Oritsé started his passion for music when his mum was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. He made a pact with his brother that one of them would be a musician and the other a medical scientist, in the hope of raising money. Speaking about his life before fame, the singer, who is releasing his latest musical flavour, Afro-Island, at a preview party in London later this month, said: “A lot of people also don’t know, but I’m very well-travelled. I lived in the Caribbean as a small boy, and I lived in Africa for some time. I came back and forth from the UK, so a lot of these experiences, for me right now, is to be able to show people who I really am. People see me as the founding member of a group, but there is actually a lot of substance and life experience.” * If you have been affected by this story, advice and support can be found at the Miscarriage Association. You can call them on 01924 200799 or email info@miscarriageassociation.org.uk Follow Mirror Celebs on TikTok , Snapchat , Instagram , Twitter , Facebook , YouTube and Threads.

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