Living the boyband dream! The Wanted work into the night with scantily-clad models to film music video in Los Angeles
20:44 GMT, 9 April 2012
Most of them have girlfriends back in the UK but the lucky ladies should know that dating someone in a boyband can have its downfalls.
The Wanted were spotted getting very close to some scantily-clad models as they filmed scenes for their latest music video in Los Angeles.
Following their success Stateside, it
seemed more than appropriate for the five men to use the U.S. as the
shoot location for Chasing The Sun.
What will Michelle say The Wanted's Max George was spotted filming a scene with a leather-clad blonde in Downtown LA as the band made their latest music video
Max George may have to answer a few questions when he goes home to girlfriend Michelle Keegan.
He was seen getting very cosy with an attractive blonde as he held her hand and gazed into her eyes while leaning on a car in the middle of the street.
Tom Parker and Nathan Sykes also chatted to the model during a break from shooting.
Holding hands: The pair gazed into each others eyes while the cameras were rolling
Lucky boys! Two of the models from the band's video wore very skimpy attire
The band, also including Siva Kaneswaran and Jay
McGuiness also made their way to the top of a building where they prepared to film some scenes on a rooftop.
Although the band are in sunny LA, it hasn't stopped them from dressing like they're in the UK.
The hit boy band were spotted
emerging from their trailers wearing dark outfits.
Max, 23, wore a pair of black skinny
jeans, white Converse trainers and a Batman-themed T-shirt with an image
of The Joker emblazoned on the front and the slogan: 'Why so serious'
New friend Nathan and Tom were spotted chatting away to the female acting in their video
You're not that hot! The girl keeps warm with a jacket as she chats to the boys
Thumbs up: Nathan Sykes (L) and Tom Parker of The Wanted wear leather jackets to film their music video in Los Angeles
He led the way as the singers made their way to hair and make-up to ensure they looked their very best for the camera.
Behind him was band mate Tom, who was wearing a t-shirt that read: 'You can't arrest me, I'm a rockstar.'
The 23-year-old later emerge wearing black skinny jeans with a matching leather jacket as he puffed on a cigarette.
also emerged some time later wearing a very similar outfit and was seen
giving a thumbs up, as was youngest member of the band Nathan.
Rock star in the making Curly-haired Jay McGuiness also wore a leather jacket and jeans for the shoot
Why so serious The band arrived at their trailers looking rather glum
having been in the U.S. for several weeks, and already having a large
fan base there, the band recently revealed that they thought they would
be hated across the Atlantic.
After hearing the news that their
single Glad you Came reached number three in the US Billboard chart, Jay
told Closer magazine: 'It's surprising – we thought America would hate
us. We don't wear amazing clothes and we're quite uncensored in
interviews, but they seem to like that.
'It's a relief because we'd have to polish our look. Thankfully there will be no American makeover for the Wanted.'
Puffing away: Max George (L) and band mate Tom kept nipping out for cigarette breaks
Where's your leather Max appeared to be taking his time while getting ready for the video shoot
The group are also excited at the prospect of signing a deal with Justin Bieber's manager Scooter Braun.
'Nothing's been signed, but we think he'd be the perfect manager and he's really keen to work with us,' Jay added.
have a very different image from Justin – but he's probably the most
famous and richest teen in the world, so we wouldn't mind being in a boy
band version of that!'
Cool guys: Max (L) and Nathan changed again to film night scenes for the video
But when it comes to collaborating,
Jay revealed that the band would prefer to work with a British act, but
wouldn't turn Justin down.
'I wouldn't say no, but, as a lad I'd prefer to duet with a really hot female,' he said.
'I love Jessie J. In fact, there are loads of talented Brits I'd love to work with, I'm very proud of our music scene.'
Hanging around: Max and Tom smoked a few cigarettes while waiting in between takes
Dream come true: The Wanted, pictured here last week, thought that America would 'hate' them