The Wanted's Max George claims he will cry when he performs new song 'Heartbreak Story' live, because of its personal emotional content.
The Wanted's Max George claims he will cry when performing new song 'Heartbreak Story' live.
The singer wrote the emotional track about his romance with TV babe Michelle Keegan - whom he split from in 2012 - and claims his feelings will well up when the band perform it live.
He told MTV: ''It will be a moment on the tour. It will be dark and I'm gonna cry and Jay's gonna get naked.''
Max's bandmate Jay McGuiness also claims when the band tour they will be heading into further uncharted territory, by working on a routine.
He added: ''It's something like we've never done before ... maybe a few synchronised movements. Not dancing - maybe pointing somewhere at the same time.''
Tom added: ''There's a lot of personal stuff - relationships, breakups, being away from home - and I think it shines through. It's a lot more musical too, more band-y - more live strings and guitar.''
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Bruce Springsteen will release rare tracks from 1966 in new album 'Chapter and Verse', which will accompany his autobiography 'Born To Run'.
There's still no reunion planned though.
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