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Max George's new song is about Michelle Keegan

October 21st, 2013 2:20am EDT | Lucy Hobson By: Lucy Hobson favorite Add to My News

Michelle Keegan

Max George expresses his heartbreak about splitting with Michelle Keegan in The Wanted's new song.

The 25-year-old singer was engaged to the 'Coronation Street' beauty last year but their relationship ended after Max was seen kissing a pretty blonde on a night out in June 2012, and he has since used his life experience to shape tracks for the boy band's new album, 'Word Of Mouth'.

He told The Daily Mirror newspaper: "We've written about tough experiences we've had in our lives over the years - relationship breakdowns and that sort of thing.

"I've written about my break-up with Michelle. I've written a couple of songs about it and the experiences I went through. There's one song called 'Heartbreak Story', which is definitely close to me."

The lyrics of the song include the lines: "Girl there is no need to hide away what's done is done now. He gave you up and then he let you down and all the trust is broken now, he can't remember how it used to be, it doesn't have to be a heartbreak story."

Max's former flame is now engaged to former 'The Only Way Is Essex' star Mark Wright who proposed during a romantic getaway to Dubai, where they met earlier this year and reportedly shared their first official kiss.

Meanwhile Max has moved on with Danish underwear model Nina Agdal and things are going well for the happy couple, and the hunk has even introduced her to his band mates which include, Jay McGuiness, Tom Parker, Nathan Sykes and Siva Kaneswaran.

Max added: "I'm in a relationship with her and it's going great.

"She's based in New York so we Skype a lot but she spends a lot of time with us on the tour bus, too."

Photo Credits: Landmark / PR Photos


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