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5 April 2012, 08:02
The 'Lightning' stars tell Capital FM that the R&B star is a "real gentleman" and has a great English accent.
The Wanted have confessed they are set to work with 'Turn Up The Music' star Chris Brown.
The 'Gold Forever' stars told Capital FM that they recently met the R&B star out in Los Angeles and have told fans that they plan to team up in the next couple of months.
Singer Tom Parker said: "We met Chris Brown the other day and do you know what – he was a real gentleman."
"His English accent's very good as well," added band mate Nathan Sykes, before Tom confirmed: "We were just talking about future stuff and we might be working with him in the next couple of months so look out for it."
Nathan also added that it has been somewhat of a surreal experience out in America because they keep meeting artists they look up to.
He said: "It's really weird, I keep on meeting my idols out in America like, we were working with Ryan Tedder the other week from One Republic, just met Chris Brown – it's crazy. I'm not sure how I'm going to adapt to working with them on a personal basis because I'm pretty much just fangirlin' every time I see them."
Meanwhile, the band recently unveiled the artwork to their new single 'Chasing The Sun' which was written by Example.
You can listen to The Wanted speaking to Capital FM showbiz reporter Kevin Hughes below: