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Topic - Nathan Sykes
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.
"I was nearly ill at the thought of being in a boy band," Sykes admitted.
"Some radio stations in the U.K. who found out we were a boy band refused to play (our music)," said member Nathan Sykes.