The Wanted postpone second reality show series
The Wanted have been forced to stop filming a follow-up series of their popular reality TV show, 'The Wanted Life', due to expensive production costs.
The Wanted have postponed the second series of their reality show.
The boy band were forced to temporarily suspend filming of new episodes of their hit E! fly-on-the-wall programme, 'The Wanted Life', when they realised how much it would cost.
Max George, 25, told Daily Star newspaper: "We were going to start shooting this month but we're on tour, then we've got the new album promotion to do.
"We bumped into one of the execs in LA the other day and they're really excited to do a second season.
"But to get a crew to follow us all the time on tour would cost a lot, and people want to see the normal stuff as well as the work side on tour."
The 'Glad You Came' hitmakers - also made up of Siva Kaneswaran, Jay McGuiness, Tom Parker and Nathan Sykes - might not grace our TV screens again for a while since they have the release of their third album, 'Word Of Mouth', to prepare for on November 4 and are expected to go on tour in 2014.
The controversial group wish they had toned down their crazy antics for the cameras, but insist they were just being themselves.
Max added: "We all had negative comments but I think it came across as pretty accurate. We'd all watch it back and say, 'I can't believe I did that,' as some of it was a bit embarrassing, but often I'd watch and think: 'The boys are really funny.' "