After Thursday morning’s arrest, not everyone is against Lindsay Lohan. In fact, The Wanted’s own Jay McGuiness is rallying to “Free Lindsay,” or at least his wardrobe is.
The Wanted singer sported the white t-shirt which has “Free Lindsay” written across it during a performance Thursday evening, just hours after Lohan’sarrest for punching Tiffany Eve Mitchell in the face, E! News reports.
That evening, The Wanted, which consists of members Nathan Sykes, Tom Parker, Siva Kaneswaran, Max George and McGuiness, performed with Justin Bieber in New York at Madison Square Garden.
The newsworthy tee was shared by one audience member via Twitter. Read more…
Perhaps you’ve heard of this little band of British moppets called The Wanted? They’re sort of like One Direction (or so I’ve been told), but less squeaky clean. And apparently, one way they’ve attempted to mold their bad boy image is by slagging off Christina Aguilera after meeting her at a taping of “The Voice.” This past April, the lads were doing an interview with Now FM and referred to her as a bitch. Member Tom Parker (he’s the one whose gaping maw is open so wide you can see his tonsils in the pic above) said, “She might not be a bitch in real life, but to us, she was a total bitch. She just sat there and didn’t speak to us. Wouldn’t even look at us.” I’d argue that Xtina shouldn’t have to look at anybody she doesn’t want to — especially if they happen to be foul-mouthed British teens. And also? Does a woman have to pay attention to a dude just because he wants her to? (#rhetoricalquestion). Keep reading »
In a not-really-surprising move, British boyband The Wanted has revealed that their song “Glad You Came” is about orgasms. Glad you came, get it? It seems awfully obvious when you think about it.
Being a boyband, The Wanted has a pretty young audience. A lot of their listeners are probably too young to pick up on the dirtier aspects of the song. What a surprise they’ll be in for in a few more years. This got us thinking back to the pop music from our childhood. Read more…