The Wanted Encourage Justin Bieber to Come to the U.K. When He Turns 18
British-Irish boyband the Wanted have declared themselves Beliebers. The 'All Time Low' hitmakers, who acted as an opening act on Justin Bieber's South American tour, want to get closer to the 17-year-old icon and have even promised to pay for his flight across the pond when he turns 18.
"We all love him and he likes us too," Jay McGuiness spilled to Now magazine [via CapitalFM]. "His manager Scooter Braun has given us lots of advice." Advice, that is, that apparently included something along the lines of "party with the Biebs."
"When he turns 18 we're going to fly him over," the Wanted's Nathan Sykes shared. Justin will celebrate his 18th birthday on March 1 -- coincidentally making him old enough to drink legally in the U.K., even though he won't be able to pop into Canadian bars until he's 19.
Jay continued, "Imagine Nathan and Bieber walking around London. They'd kill it. The girls would go crazy." Crazy indeed. Five young British-famed heartthrobs plus one worldwide 'Baby' superstar is definitely a concoction for a paparazzi dream.
If nothing else, the Wanted boys say they are just thrilled to have made acquaintances with the Biebs -- they were even a shoulder to cry on when Mariah Yeater cried baby daddy. In reality, Bieber pretty much doesn't live on the budding boyband's same planet. As Jay put it, "Justin literally lives in 'Justin world' so it was great that he let us into it."