The Wanted On US Return: "They're In For A Rude Awakening"

12 March 2012, 18:20 | Updated: 12 March 2012, 18:38

The 'Glad You Came' singers have promised big things for their return to the US this month.

The Wanted have promised that America is in for a "rude awakening" when the band arrive stateside next week.

The 'Warzone' singers are expect to make an appearance on late night chat show The Tonight Show with host Jay Leno on 20th March, before launching their first album in America in April.

"As sad as it is to say #TheCode is finished, time now to look FORWARD TO AMERICA!! #BringTWBack2US," The Wanted tweeted earlier today (12th March). "Let's tell the world we're going. Tweet us #BringTWBack2USA & we'll follow/reply you. Tell the US they're in for a rude awakening.

"See you in 8 days America. Landing in LA and Vegas the 20th. Gonna be a good time," singer Max George also posted.

The 'Lightning' singers also thanked their fans, referred to as The Wanted "Fanmily" for helping them trend number one worldwide today.

"#1 worldwide already… you all never cease to amaze us," they added. "It saw a lot that our #TWFanmily can overtake twitter in a matter of minutes. We really do have the BEST FANS ON EARTH." 

The Wanted have been celebrating after their debut US single 'Glad You Came' rose to number four on the US Billboard Top 100 and is currently at number two on the US iTunes Chart.