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Topic - Jay Mcguiness
Part of The Wanted's excitement over its recent success in America comes from being initially dissed in its native United Kingdom.
Boy bands are back, with One Direction and Big Time Rush riding the wave.
"We love all of our fans, but it isn't specially aimed at boy band fans," McGuiness said. "Our music can crossover to everyone, and we try not cheese people out too much."
Let's play it,'" said Jay McGuiness.