NATHAN Sykes would have a “conversation” with The Wanted if they were keen to reform – despite hinting he has barely spoken to his bandmates since they went on a break almost three years ago.
The 23-year-old singer joined The Sun’s Dan Wootton for a Facebook Live this morning where he performed his singles Famous and Over and Over Again from his debut solo album Unfinished Business, which was released on Friday.
But during the interview, he revealed he speaks to Max George, Siva Kaneswaran, Jay McGuiness and Tom Parker even less than One Direction’s members now talk to each other.
Questioned on whether there’s a chance they will ever get back together, he explained: “I don’t know. It’s really amazing because I’m getting to explore who I am as a solo artist for the first time.
"But I think at the same time if the boys are wanting to do music, it would be a conversation.
“I think it seems One Direction are slightly more in contact with each other than The Wanted are.”
While he admitted he is still supporting Tom and Jay, he suggested bad blood by not giving any mention of Siva or Max.
He continued: “But Tom sent a very nice tweet at the start of the week wishing me good luck for the album which is really sweet. I really like Tom. Tom’s a lovely, lovely guy.
“And Jay is going into Big the Musical, he’s going to be amazing. So I’m very proud of them and I think it’s nice when we support each other.”
Despite the release of his incredible new album and his rocketing fame, Nathan is still single.
He joked: “I’m painfully single, just going along, riding that wave of being single. But I’m having fun though. I’m 23. I’m enjoying myself.
“I think it’s unfair, to be like, ‘Hi, let’s get into a relationship, oh see you I’m off on tour for six months.’”
During his time in the band, he dated singers Dionne Bromfield and Ariana Grande but has stayed single since they split up.
But he hinted his new single Famous is all about an ex who stopped speaking to him when the band came to an end.
He said: “It’s such a personal song. It’s a song that means so much to me.
“It might have been just how it worked out but it certainly felt like they were very interested in the bigger side of things.”
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Asked whether it was written about another celebrity, he added: “I think it would be unfair to say because I think then people would start trying to work out who it is, and I think it’s unfair for the person who I wrote it about.”
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