Max George ''absolutely loves'' the festive season and would rather celebrate Christmas than land a number one single with his band The Wanted.
Max George would rather celebrate Christmas than land a number one single.
The 'All Time Low' hit-maker claims he ''absolutely loves'' the festive season and would choose spending the special day with his loved ones over achieving a hit single with boy band The Wanted - which also includes Nathan Sykes, Jay McGuiness, Tom Parker and Siva Kaneswaran.
When asked to pick between Christmas and a number one song, Max told We Love Pop magazine: ''Christmas. Sorry, but it is. I do The Wanted all year and Christmas is the one time I get to see my family and I love seeing them so much. Sorry boys!''
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