X Factor star Oritsé Williams and his band JLS plan a gig at Stamford Bridge - but have put a Fulham celebration on hold.
Although JLS came second place on the ITV talent show, last week the band joined Epic - which represents superstar Shakira and British singer Lemar.
Oritsé said: "We were pretty worried nothing was going to happen to our careers and then our management said Epic wanted to sign us."
Oritsé, from Wandsworth Bridge Road, said JLS has been inspired by an invitation from Ashley Cole to see Chelsea FC play at Stamford Bridge.
He added: "What we are trying to do is play at Chelsea's stadium. For me that would be the defining moment."
The 22-year-old also repeated a promise to help the borough's young people.
Last year, as JLS battled to win the X Factor, Oritsé told www.londoninformer.co.uk he would help disadvantaged youngsters if he hit the big time.
The former Cardinal Vaughan School pupil added: "I have been talking to Tim Campbell, the first winner of The Apprentice, about helping people aged 16 to 30. What we are trying to do is get something for the kids in Fulham.
"The plan is to work on their entrepreneurial skills, and work on their musicianship.We want to do things that the school curriculum doesn't pay attention to."
Oritsé said the demands put on JLS mean his plans for a celebration gig in Fulham are temporarily on hold.
He added: "We are the X Factor act which is most in demand and are performing two or three times a night. The problem is there is not time right now to play in Fulham.
"We will eventually do a party in Fulham, but right now we have got to keep on going."