'She's a total b****!' The Wanted slam Christina Aguilera after she snubbed the boy band after their performance on The Voice
20:05 GMT, 27 April 2012
They might be building up a huge fanbase across the Pond but it would seem that not every American wants a piece of The Wanted.
Certainly not Christina Aguilera who was very ungracious when the boy band performed on The Voice recently.
The lads were special guests on the US version of the show on which Aguilera is a judge and claimed that the pop star completely ignored them.
Not impressed: The Wanted have slammed Christina Aguilera for snubbing them when they performed on The Voice in the US recently
Speaking on Now FM, Max George said that she refused to talk to them backstage after the show.
He said: 'She was a bit scary to be honest.'
Bandmate Tom Parker then said: 'She's a total b****!
'She might not be a
b**** in real life but to us she was a b****. She just sat there and
didn't speak to us. Wouldn't even look at us.'
Having a bad day According to the band, Christina, seen here on The Voice, snubbed Justin Bieber as well
Siva Kaneswaran added: 'She was quite rude. Who does that'
Nathan Sykes, however, tried to be a bit diplomatic and said: 'She might have been in a bad mood
that day – didn't she completely par Justin Bieber as well
'He went in
for a hug and she was like “get away from me”.'
Never mind her, you were great! The band were given a warm welcome and reception from their fans and the audience when they performed on the show
And when comparing their non-meeting with Aguilera compared to Jennifer Lopez on American Idol, Max added: 'Yeah, well J.Lo's hot, Christina's nothing special.'
The Wanted also met Chris Brown on the show and said they hoped to go into the studio with him too.
Siva added: 'We've talked to Chris Brown as well, which would be really good. We talked to Chris actually when we were on The Voice and he said he was down as well.'
Don't even think about it: Christina glares at Bieber as he headed over to the judges after he appeared on The Voice