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17 February 2012, 15:32 | Updated: 17 February 2012, 15:41
The 'Glad You Came' singers have been praised by Scooter Braun for their chart success in America.
The Wanted have been congratulated on the success of their UK tour 'The Code' by Justin Bieber's manager.
The 'Warzone' singers are currently travelling across the UK on their first arena tour, and Justin's manager Scooter Braun sent them a message earlier today (17th February) also praising them for their continued success stateside.
"@thewantedmusic heard you boys are shutting down ARENAS over there," Scooter tweeted this afternoon, after which The Wanted retweeted his message of support. "Well #GladYouCame is my theme song over here. #18 and rising on ITUNES!"
The Wanted launched their former Big Top 40 number one 'Glad You Came' as their first US release last month ahead of their own US tour, and the single has been slowly rising on the American iTunes chart since its release.
'Glad You Came' will also be featured on the hit US musical series Glee next week (21st February) when the cast of the show perform it for the third season episode 'On My Way'.
The 'Lighting' singers supported Justin Bieber on several of his South American dates last year and they have been vocally supportive of each other's careers ever since.
The Wanted are due to continue their UK tour 'The Code' tonight with a performance at the Manchester Arena.