1D Going Any Direction But Straight, Says The Wanted

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Fasten your seat belts, board up your houses, hide your belongings.

The boy bands are feuding, and God only knows what could happen next.

The Wanted is not known for being the most pristine of bands, but this week, while on Bravo’s resident muckraker Andy Cohen’s show, “Watch What Happens Live,” the boys showed just how manly they were and what lady-men their counterparts, One Direction, are.

Andy Cohen asked them “hard-pressing” questions during his segment, Here’s What, when the golden question arose:

“What member of One Direction do you think is most likely to come out of the closet first?”

Without even a blink, Max George responded, “Louis,” in reference to 1D’s Louis Tomlinson, and quickly moved on to talk about how many fans he’s slept with.

Not surprisingly, this isn’t the first time The Wanted has come to fists with One Direction. And by “come to fists” we mean “talked smack on Twitter,” because that’s how tough men do it these days.

The boys of The Wanted don’t limit themselves to other boy bands, either. They have called out the original dirty girl herself, Christina Aguilera, for being a little less than welcoming on their visit to the voice. Twice.

But as hard as these “men” seem to dish it out, they can take it… particularly from one another. When the group came up with New Year’s resolutions for each other, Jay called out Nate on his constant lateness.

“Nathan, your resolution should be to set an alarm and pay any attention whatsoever, even just to acknowledge it went off.”


What do YOU think? Are the boy bands really at each other’s throats or are they all just having a bit of bad-natured fun? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

–Sydney Holmes/92.3 NOW

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