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8 November 2012, 15:34 | Updated: 8 November 2012, 15:53
The 'Glad You Came' singers say the 'Turn Up The Music' star was friendly when they got together.
The Wanted have said they are "likely" to record a collaboration with Chris Brown for their new album soon and have hailed the R&B star as being "friendly" when they met up recently.
The 'I Found You' stars confirmed they have recorded team-ups with both Rita Ora and LMFAO over the past year and say 'Turn Up The Music' singer Chris is a "great artist" who they are looking forward to working with.
"He's a great artist, do you know what I mean? I admire his music and him as an artist," The Wanted's Tom Parker reveals in the new issue of Glamour magazine. "I think for us, it's more about the music than anything else.
"Chris Brown is the most likely [collaboration]," Tom revealed, regarding plans for their third studio album. "We're going into the studio with him when we get back in LA next week to write.
"Chris came up to us and said, 'We've got to get in the studio'," Siva Kaneswaran revealed, before Jay McGuiness explained: "When we met him, he was more than friendly.
"We are little fish in a big pond out there [in America] and he went out of his way to say hi and then say he wanted to work with us," Jay added.
View a picture of Chris Brown at a special meet and greet at Pink & Dolphin below (Credit: Getty):
In the same interview the 'Chasing The Sun' singers revealed they are aiming for a March 2013 release for the follow-up to their 2011 album 'Battleground'.
Keep it Capital for full details on release of The Wanted's third album as soon as it gets announced.