We feel like they're breaking up with us in an "it's not you, it's us" style!
It looks like fans will have to say goodbye to Siva Kaneswaran, Max George, Nathan Sykes, Jay McGuiness, and Tom Parker as a group, for now!
The Wanted has officially announced that they'll be taking a break "for a while" to pursue personal projects after their U.S. Word of Mouth Tour wraps!
Hey, at least they didn't cancel it all together like the European leg!
The boys sugar-coated the important announcement by saying they'll be debuting their new single and music video for Glow In The Dark off of the group's latest album - but that barely cushions the blow.
In a statement on the site, a rep for the band explained:
This latest trend has been around for a while, but recently everyone is talking about it — glow in the dark makeup!
And with Halloween coming up, it sounds like a great idea for some makeup fun.
And Fluo Night Black Light Pigment is a specially made transparent powder that’s only visible under UV light.
Currently it’s sold at Sephora and is described as:
“Formulated with extra fine fluorescent pigments, Fluo Night immediately glows when exposed to UV light while remaining invisible to the naked eye. Its soft and blendable texture allows for quick and easy application while its long lasting result will keep you glowing into the night. Fluo Night can be worn alone on the face and body or combined with your favorite products to create the most innovative and unique effects.”
And Make Up For Ever has just released 8 new shades, pictured below, which you can buy from them directly.
Sounds like a cool idea to us! We might need to try it soon.
Hutchens, who is ironically serving a 60 year sentence for child pornography charges, claims that in 2003 Jim Bob brought Josh to him under the premise that his son inappropriately touched ONE victim and ONE time only.
Obviously, the reality star's admission directly contradicts the 2006 police report which revealed that Josh had touched five young girls, including some of his sisters, multiple times.
Joseph concedes that he experiences guilt over not pursuing the allegations further in light of the truth, saying: