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The Wanted’s Most Wanted

Former The Wanted boyband member turned solo star Nathan Sykes has been keeping himself busy carving out a solo career that’s seen him duet with former girlfriend Ariana Grande and hit Number 1 on the Billboard US Dance Club charts

JUST A TEENAGER when he joined The Wanted, Nathan Sykes is enjoying adulthood. “I had the reputation of being the quieter one but that was mostly because I couldn’t go out clubbing,” says the 23-year-old singer. “They were all going out and I couldn’t even get into a club, or if I did, I was thrown out by security about five minutes later.” Having transformed from cute teen — he was just 16 when he started his boyband career — to handsome adult, the not-so-quiet-anymore star with the fantastic voice, as showcased on new single Give It Up, is making up for lost time. “I’m not behaving like an absolute nutter but I’m not at home in bed, reading a book by 8pm,” he laughs. “I’m pretty much doing what most 23 year olds do, with the bonus of getting to sing and travel the world.”

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