The Wanted Recruit Gary Lineker As New Member? - Video

6 February 2012, 16:49

The 'Warzone' singer's enjoy a guessing game and singing session with the England football legend.

The Wanted team up with former England footballer and Match Of The Day presenter Gary Lineker in a new online advert.

The 'Glad You Came' stars try guessing secret flavours of crisps and perform an impromptu song - which features the melody and lyrics to Craig David's 'What's Your Flava'. 

Max, Siva, Nathan, Tom and Jay can be seen enjoying a game of pool when Gary surprises them with a visit.

After saying the ex-England man can join their group, Gary shows off his best moves and joins the band for a hilarious dance routine.

Max jokes: "JLS eat your heart out," and the group joke that their new band could be called 'The Unwanted'. 

Meanwhile, The Wanted are set to appear on the Chelsea Lately programme in the US this week and recently announced that their forthcoming UK arena tour will be called 'The Code'.

Earlier today (6th February), the 'All Time Low' stars also confirmed that their hit single 'Glad You Came' will be featured in an upcoming episode of Glee.

You can watch The Wanted performing with Gary Lineker below:

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