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25 October 2012, 10:03
The 'Glad You Came' stars admit they are plotting a writing session with the teen star when they head out on tour together.
The Wanted have confessed that they are hoping to team up with Justin Bieber for a possible collaboration for their new third studio album.
The 'All Time Low' stars told MTV News that they are hoping to head to the studio for a writing session with the Canadian artist when they support him on several dates for his 'Believe' world tour.
"I know that Scooter [Braun, Justin's manager] mentioned we would do a bit of writing with Justin when we do a few dates with him," Nathan Sykes revealed. "We are just trying to write as much as possible and get the right feel of the album that everyone is happy with."
Having already revealed plans for a team up with Chris Brown earlier this year, the singer admitted that the R&B star is still in their radar.
"We are due to go in with Chris Brown and do a bit of work there," he added.
Jay McGuinness added how nervous the band were backstage at this year's Billboard Music Awards – where they met the 'Turn Up The Music' star.
"We were at the Billboards] and we were really nervous because we've never done an American awards show at that point and we were walking around and Chris Brown came up to us and he was like 'I know you all, we need to get in and do that track for real man, for real," he said. "But I thought it was nice that he remembered and was like we really need to do that."
Meanwhile, The Wanted are preparing to release their new single 'I Found You' next month and recently unveiled the official music video for the track.