The Wanted have revealed that they are in talks to film their own reality show which could mean a move to the US.
The 'I Found You' singers headed across the pond earlier this year to launch their career in the states and it proved fruitful with their debut single 'Glad You Came' peaking at number three on the US Billboard charts, around the same time that their rivals One Direction headed stateside.
The lads are clearly taking their US invasion very seriously, revealing that they could possibly be starring in their own reality show, similar to The Saturdays E! show.
"We're looking at getting a TV show in the U.S. and we want houses over there to have a base. We're also in the frame to record a song for a big film sequel and we might get a cameo in it," Tom Parker told The Sun.
The plans come as the boys had a meeting with their accountant who revealed that they are essentially "broke."
While 'Glad You Came' sold three million copies across the Atlantic - more-or-less the same amount that One Direction's debut 'What Makes You Beautiful' managed.
But, according to the Daily Mirror, most of their profits go back to Geffen Records and their manager Scooter Braun.
Recalling a meeting with their accountant, Jay McGuiness said: "It was so depressing. It took him two hours to say: 'Boys, you're skint'."
On One Direction, Max George said: "They are [worth millions]. We're not."
In September, One Direction entered the British Under 30s rich list earning an incredible £26 million in the last two years.
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