The likes of Robbie Williams, Taylor Swift, Disclosure, Union J and Will.i.am will all perform at London's Wembley Stadium on 9th June.
The Wanted Fans Call New Song 'Walks Like Rihanna' "Perfect" After Capital First Play
The five-piece debuted the first single from their brand new album exclusively live on Capital FM this morning.
The Wanted's fans have been taking to Twitter to hail praise the band's new single 'Walks Like Rihanna' as "perfect" and "beautiful" after it was exclusively played for the first time on Capital FM this morning (29th April).
Jay, Max, Tom, Nathan and Siva's new track is the first to be taken from their brand new album and is released in June.
The song was trending number one worldwide as fans anticipated the first play on Capital and have been bombarding the social networking account with their praise for the song.
The group have been busy working on their latest album in 2013 and will also be starring in their E! Reality TV series 'The Wanted Life' this summer.
The video for the new track will also be premiered for the first time on 7th May.
Check out some of the top fan reactions to the first play of The Wanted's new single 'Walks Like Rihanna' below:
The five-piece worked with producer Dr.Luke on the song – who has previously teamed with the likes of Katy Perry and Britney Spears.
The Wanted are also set to appear at Capital FM's Summertime Ball 2013 – which sold out in record time.
Taylor Swift, Robbie Williams and Jessie J will all be on the line-up and fans can win tickets to the event on Capital by clicking here and finding out more.
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