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Jay McGuiness confirms the incident in a Twitter post, writing, 'To reassure you, we were NOT stabbed, but a guy in Denver did pull a knife out on us.'
The video is the British boyband's way to thank fans for their support and to say goodbye as they will take a break in May.
The members will go separate ways to pursue solo careers after the completion of 'Word of Mouth' tour in May.
A source says that the boyband, whose 'Word of Mouth' album only debuted with 40,000 copies, has failed to reach the same success as One Direction.
Shoe designer Nareesha McCaffrey planned a surprise birthday party for him but she was the one in total shock at the end.
The five boys also perform their hit single called 'I Found You' when visiting the ABC show to promote their newest album, 'Word of Mouth'.
The Frank Borin-directed clip sees a couple having a big fight before the leading lady decides to leave her man.
The British quintet drops the Nathan Sykes co-written track off their forthcoming new album 'Word of Mouth'.
In the video, group members Max George, Nathan Sykes, Siva Kanaswaran, Tom Parker, and Jay McGuiness are seen drinking, singing, dancing and making out with girls at a British bar.
The British quintet's new single, which features the sound of bagpipes, will be featured on their upcoming album 'Word of Mouth' that is slated to drop in September.
Authorities are called after members of The Wanted allegedly throw champagne from their second-floor hotel room to a passerby and verbally abuse the drenched man.
Siva Kaneswaran, Jay McGuiness, Max George, Nathan Sykes and Tom Parker confirm that their new album will feature guest appearance from big stars including the 'Baby' singer and the 'R.I.P.' hitmaker.
In less than two months after going under the knife, the boyband's member was back to his old form on Sunday, June 9.
The fiancee of Chad Kroeger performs 'Here's to Never Growing Up' while the boyband minus Nathan Sykes sings 'Fill a Heart'.
Max George, Siva Kaneswaran, Jay McGuiness, Tom Parker and Nathan Sykes pay homage to NSYNC and Backstreet Boys.