Tom Parker, who is currently dating blonde beauty Kelsey Hardwick, does not have a preference for blondes or brunettes.
Tom Parker is ''not fussy'' about the type of girl he goes for.
The Wanted singer - who is currently dating blonde beauty Kelsey Hardwick - does not have a preference of hair colour in the girls he is attracted to.
Asked whether he prefers blondes or brunettes, he said: ''Both. Not fussy.''
The 25-year-old star was spotted kissing Kelsey on a beach in the Canary Islands last month, but is not quite ready to take their relationship further yet.
Quizzed on the prospect of marriage, on France's 'Les Anges de La Télé Réalité 5 - Le Mag' show, he explained: ''Not quite yet.''
The five-piece band - which includes Nathan Sykes, Jay McGuiness, Max George and Siva Kaneswaran - have been working ''really hard'' and on their new album, but have also managed to find time for drinking, partying and women too.
Nathan said: ''It's quite a lot of partying, quite a lot of drinking, a lot of girls. But we all work really hard.''
They boys are also in talks about working with 'Never Say Never' hitmaker, Justin Bieber, for a track on their new album.
Nathan added: ''We're working on it. He's written a track for our next album there's still discussions about whether he's going to sell the track or not.''
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