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The Wanted's Max George explains the differences between British and US fans

The Wanted's Max George has opened up on the differences between British and American fans - and claims the Brits are more into ripping the band's clothes off.

The group are currently making it big Stateside, with a number of sold-out shows and TV appearances under their belt.

And, speaking to MTV, George tried to explain the differences between crowds back home and over in the US - stating that the Americans "really get into it". He said:

"With the US crowd, they love music over there and they really get into it when we are performing and literally bounce off you. Here [in the UK], they are just crazy in the sense of they scream in your face and they wanna rip your clothes off which is brilliant."

George added that the band can't really get their heads around their US popularity, despite currently touring the UK in massive arenas. He said:

"Absolutely as it was our first time over there and obviously, you see on Twitter that people are saying come over [to America] but we didn't expect that. We would turn up at every gig that we did and it was absolutely rammed and they were singing every song - we cant really get our heads round it to be honest."




Watch the video for The Wanted's 'Warzone' below: