Max George 'buzzing' JLS are making return as he teases The Wanted comebackby Abigail Gillibrand
JLS recently confirmed they’re getting the band back together and it turns out Max George is more than excited about the news.
When appearing on Good Morning Britain, the 31-year-old was quizzed over whether or not The Wanted could ever make their comeback.
And while discussing how he’d be up for getting the boys together again, he also shared his views on the JLS revelation.
‘Do you know what?’ he told Kate Garraway: ‘I am buzzing about that. I got told that just now because I’m rubbish at keeping up to date.
‘But I am buzzing that JLS are doing that, they’re the nicest guys, honestly, yeah they really are.’
Pressed if that could happen with The Wanted, the Glad You Came hitmaker teased a potential reunion for their 10th anniversary.
‘I would do it the lads know I would do it,’ he beamed: ‘It has been 10 years since our first single, so what better time?’
However, if it were to happen, the singer is still unsure if they’d able to get Jay McGuiness on board, as he confessed: ‘He’s hard to get hold of.’
JLS, who are made up of made up of Marvin Humes, Oritsé Williams, JB Gill and Aston Merrygold, made their huge announcement earlier this week seeing them reunite after going their separate ways seven years ago.
‘We are back, we are back together,’ Marvin enthused when appearing on The One Show: ‘We can’t wait to be back on tour at the end of the year.’
‘Yes, and we’re very excited to be on The One Show this Friday for a very exclusive performance of some of our hits,’ JB added.
Oritse smiled: ‘Looking forward to chatting with you then and seeing our fans on Friday.’
The group, had been dropping hints left, right and centre that they could be reuniting this year to mark their 10 year anniversary,
So could The Wanted do the same? We sure hope so!
Good Morning Britain continues weekdays at 6am on ITV.
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