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It sounds like our dream of the world's boybands joining hands and skipping through a meadow made of candy floss may actually be one step closer to happening after The Wanted piped up to reassure the world that there's no bad blood between them and One Direction.

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Being two British bands hitting it big in the US, both groups seem to get asked a lot of questions about each other. Naturally this seems to have developed into some laddy banter, but it sounds like sometimes the comments can end up being taken the wrong way.

But even after Liam Payne spoke up earlier this week about The Wanted, the lads have said that there's really nothing serious going on between them

Speaking during a press conference for New York's Jingle Ball, where both bands will be appearing, Max said: "There's no rivalry there.

"They're British and they're doing their thing and we're doing our thing and I think it's just great with the two British bands in the US."

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Well that seems to clear up that one, doesn't it?

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