The rising stars, who have toured with JBiebs in the past, just finished their first U.S. tour. In a recent interview, they revealed that despite the Bieb's massive success, he was "too humble" to give them any advice.
After being asked about their experience performing on the same stage as Justin, Max George of the British boy band told sources:
"I think he's too humble for that, in that way. … He's not someone that really gives advice, because I think he just appreciates what happens to him rather than thinks he's God," Max George told MTV News. "And so, I mean, we don't really talk music. When we speak to him, it's more we talk about football or basketball."
Bandmate Jay McGuiness added:
"I think he knows that we know how to do what we want to do in the same way that we could never tell him how to do what he does, ’cause he does it a lot better than we ever could."
That's not true! You each have your own special talents, it's just that more people are willing to give Justin credit for his! LOLz!
Have U heard The Wanted yet? If so, do they have a chance to become as big as Bieber in the states?
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