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THE Wanted are getting their own TV show.

The British boy band are set to follow in The Saturdays' footsteps after landing their own fly-on-the-wall reality show deal with E! Entertainment.

'The Wanted Life', which will be produced by Ryan Seacrest, will be a fly-on-the-wall series which follows the boys' pop star antics.

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Max George teased on Ryan's 'On Air' radio show: "We're moving into Hollywood into a big house ... for a certain period of time doing a bit of filming, bit of fly-on-the-wall ... feel so sorry for [the neighbours], apologies now."

Scooter Braun, the 'I Found You' hitmakers' manager, broke the news on Twitter by posting: "Here it is! @TheWanted are doing a TV show with E! worldwide showing the craziness and the making of the new album. From the LA to the UK (sic)"

He added: "I have seen the pilot episode ... trust me ... get ready to love these guys and die laughing. @TheWanted Ryan is the executive producer of 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' and helped the family become household names.

He announced his new project on Twitter, writing: "Excited to announce my team @RSP is producing a new reality series starring @TheWanted on E! #TheWantedOnE (sic)"

The news comes after the successful launch of girl group The Saturdays' tell-all E! show, 'Chasing The Saturdays' , which follows the girl group's attempts to make it big in America as they struggle with leaving their loved ones behind in the UK.

'The Wanted Life' is scheduled to air in June.



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