JLS star Oritsé Williams, 31, was granted unconditional surrender of judges in Walsall in October over an event at a hotel in 2016.
The JLS star was arrested and accused of allegedly raping a 20-year-old after performing at Gorgeous Club in Wolverhampton.
After Orit's arrest, his leadership group 10 Worlds Music singer said he denied allegations against him.
They said: "Everything we want to say at this time is that Oritsé denies the charges against him.
"The question is in the hands of the police and it would be completely wrong for us to comment on."
Today he attended the court and spoke only to confirm his name, date of birth and nationality.
Oritsé also denied the alleged crime.
Co-defendant Jamien Nagadhana, 31, also denied attack by penetration in connection with the same incident.
The singer was unconditionally granted the bail until his trial on May 14 in the same court.
Judge Nicholas Web told the defendants: "The position is here – your trial is now listed for May 14. Your sponsorship will continue until that date."
Oritsé rose to the reputation of the X Factor group as part of the JLS 2008 boy band.