The Wanted’s Tom Parker and Nathan Sykes help sick fan at airport

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After their performance alongside acts like Rita Ora and Nicki Minaj at one of Scotland's biggest events, the T In The Park music festival, The Wanted's Tom Parker and Nathan Sykes were spotted assisting a fan that fell ill while watching the band arrive at Glasgow airport.

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According to The Sun, the girl was "so excited" to see the band that she passed out, hit her head on a brick wall and began having a seizure. Upon seeing this, boy band members Parker and Sykes stopped their bus and tended to the ailing fan by staying with her and calling an ambulance.

"It was as we pulled up at the airport that one of our fans collapsed on the floor," Parker said. "Nath stayed by her side while I called 999. It was pretty frightening, but anyone would have done the same."

After the incident, Sykes also tweeted asking how the girl was, writing, "Can someone please dm to let me know if the girl from the airport is ok?? Thanks x." Later adding once he had a response, "Thanks for the updates guys, glad she is ok :) x."

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Additionally, Parker also inquired about the well-being of the sick fan, tweeting, "Hope the girl was alrite [sic] at the airport. Let me know people x."

The Wanted hails from the U.K. and consists of members Jay McGuiness, Max George, Siva Kaneswaran, Parker and Sykes. They are best known for tracks like "Glad You Came" and "Chasing The Sun" and have been rumoured to be filling the spot of opening act for Canadian teen sensation Justin Bieber's upcoming "Believe" tour beginning this fall.

Check out The Wanted performing "Glad You Came" at T In The Park featured below.

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