Ever since their breakup, various members of the Wanted have spoken out about the reason behind the split -- but this time, Tom Parker has some serious fightin' words, blaming One Direction for the band's demise.
The exact circumstances around the Wanted's break-but-not-a-breakup have been questionable since the bitter January morning that the boys made the announcement. A new source suggests that the break happened because it had to, not because the band wanted it to.
It's fitting that the Wanted's video for 'Glow in the Dark,' released in conjunction with their pre-hiatus tour (which could see the boys off the grid for a long, long time), is a collection of clips of the band through the years.
When the Wanted announced their break (not breakup), close-cropped member Max George went on record to say that he was ready to move on, planned an L.A. move and that his bandmates shouldn't be shocked. But they were. Now, the singer has backpedalled and changed his tune a bit.
We've got some not so good news for the Wanted fans and it comes straight from the mouth of band member Nathan Sykes. He shared new details about the band's break, which the boys have insisted is not a breakup, indicating that it won't be a short split.
Ever since the Wanted announced a break (but not a breakup), the band's "fanmily" and the media speculated about what went wrong and what facilitated the need to separate for a bit. While the band has promised that it will reunite, member Max George, who has enjoyed a bit of modeling, spoke about the reasons behind the split -- and it doesn't sound very good or promising regarding the fu