The singer/dancer, who found fame as one quarter of X Factor group JLS, says he fears he is about to get his comeuppance after years of brutal stag do pranks.
Chatting exclusively to Daily Star Online, Aston, 31, said: “I’ve thought about the stag do but all my boys have thought about it more than I have to be honest.
“The thing is, I have been a serial pusher when it comes to stag does and when it comes to doing shots and all that so I have a lot of payback coming my way.
“You have to just roll with it.”
Recalling a recent viral stag do which saw the stag tricked into wearing dissolving swim shots and pushed into a pool, Aston laughed: “It’s savage but you just have to be confident.
“You just have to laugh and be like ‘if you want to get chucked out of the venue that’s fine.'”
Admitting he’s still not decided if him and fiancée Sarah Richards will sell the picture rights to the big day, Aston added: “It is something that we are not too precious about.
“We are in an age where people will see it. We are not trying to hide anything.
“ have been a serial pusher when it comes to stag does and when it comes to doing shots and all that so I have a lot of payback coming my way”
“If it is seen it’s seen, if its not, it’s not.”
Aston has recently teamed up with Tesco to front their Dance Beats campaign alongside Oti Mabuse, Kimberly Wyatt and Una Healy.
The cause aims to raise as much money and awareness as possible for some of the UK’s biggest illness, cancer, heart diseases and diabetes.
Over the next four weeks, Dance Beats hope to bring nation together via dance.
Opening up about his personal connection to the campaign, Aston explained: “In my family my Grandad was effected by cancer a couple of times and he has actually survived.
“The fact he survived is down to the advancements in treatments and the people that are working so hard to cure this disease.
“The campaign is about trying to spread as much awareness as possible.
“We have formed a dance beats supergroup, Una, Oti, Kimberly and I.
“It’s great way to stay healthy, keep active but also to have fun.”
The chart-topper added: “Everyone can dance. as cheesy as it may sound it really is to the beat o their own drum to their own rhyme
“Dance speaks volumes no matter what sex you are.”