The Wanted's Nathan Sykes Misses Home After Having Surgery Out In Los Angeles

22 April 2013, 10:27

The 'I Found You' singer jokes that his cat won't remember him by the time he's back in the UK.

The Wanted's Nathan Sykes has revealed his is missing home, after having surgery on his throat this past weekend out in Los Angeles.

The 'Glad You Came' star and his bandmates have spent a lot of time out in the US in 2013, and Nathan says can't wait to see home again later this year.

"LA I love you… but nearly 2 and a half months without being home is killing me," Nathan tweeted last night (21st April). "My cat isn't even gonna remember who I am when I get home… sad times."

The 'Chasing The Sun' star is taking an "unforeseen hiatus" from the UK band at present, to recover from surgery on his throat that took place in LA on Friday (19th April), while he celebrated his 20th birthday.

Check out a picture of The Wanted's Nathan Sykes out in America this year below (Credit: Pacific Coast News):

Soon after his operation before the weekend Nathan tweeted The Wanted's fans to thank them for the "overwhelming" support they have given him over the past few days.

The Wanted are set to premiere their new reality series The Wanted Life on E! in America on 2nd June.

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