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The Wanted Boy Band Member Jay McGuiness Fan of 2NE1?

By Staff Writer | May 30, 2012 05:53 PM EDT

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The Wanted, a British-Irish boy band formed in 2009 and became popular through hit songs ‘All Time Low,’ ‘Gold Forever’ and ‘Glad You Came’ has garnered attention for being a K-Pop fan, especially for popular girl group 2NE1.

One of the band member Jay McGuiness was seen singing the chorus of 2NE1’s hit song ‘I AM The Best’ on Wanted Wednesday video earlier today, the Wanted Wednesday is which the group uploads on YouTube every Wednesday to interact with fans.

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In the video Jay McGuiness is seen singing the chorus and asking fans to tweet him if they knew where the song is from. Fast forward to 2:50 to hear him sing the chorus.


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