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The Wanted's Nathan Sykes defends Justin Bieber as 'talented'

By The Citizen  |  Posted: January 30, 2014

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Gloucester boyband star Nathan Sykes has jumped to the defence of Justin Bieber on Twitter.

Nathan, 20, who is currently taking a break in the city, asked fans to remember the Canadian singer's talents.

The boyband heartthrob, 20, is about to embark on a world tour with The Wanted, before the band go their separate ways.

Nathan and Justin Bieber, 19, share the same manager, Scooter Braun, and Nathan is one of just two boyband members to have been signed up to have a solo career by him.

Nathan tweeted: "Gotta take a moment to say, people talk about @justinbieber’s personal life so much they forget how talented he actually is."

He added that he is ‘genuinely a fan’ of Bieber.

Justin Bieber has been making headlines since the beginning of January for increasingly erratic and debauched behaviour including alleged vandalism, drug use, drink driving and drag racing.

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  • jackson99  |  January 31 2014, 5:16PM

    Is some in the Citizen a fan of the Wanted or Nathan Sykes, becauase he always getting mentioned a lot.

  • Beegeeuk  |  January 31 2014, 12:28PM

    Bieber is a waste of space and a spoiled brat!!!

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  • bonzaharris1  |  January 30 2014, 11:18PM

    I wonder if Mr Sykes would be jumping to his defence if his band wasn't splitting up, defending the waste of space that is Beiber wouldn't normally be a good career move considering his recent antics !!

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  • Glos_Lad34  |  January 30 2014, 4:17PM

    Does anyone really care like cosmicc and GlosAnarchy said.

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  • GlosAnarchy  |  January 30 2014, 3:47PM

    Who cares really?

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  • cosmicc  |  January 30 2014, 3:39PM

    "can we all take a minute to appreciate his talent" - well,actually,NO !!

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