Walk Of Shame

He was spotted wearing a pair of boob glasses when he landed in Washington DC on Sunday.   And instead of toning down his look after his visit to the White House, The Wanted’s Jay McGuiness made another lewd fashion statement when the band flew home on Monday.   The 22-year-old showed up to catch his flight in a graphic T-shirt showing a scantily clad girl standing on the side of a road, with the words ‘walk of shame’ emblazoned across the front.


The cheeky pop star clearly wasn’t trying to go unnoticed, ensuring that all eyes were on him in the provocative top, although he’d managed to leave his novelty eye-wear in his luggage.

Jay, who had performed in front of President Obama and his family earlier in the day at the annual White House Easter Egg Roll, seemed happy to perpetuate his lady killer reputation in the statement T-shirt.   He paired it with a loose-fitting tan trousers and a bright red and blue checked shirt, which he left wide open so that his humourous sartorial choice was on full display.

The star pulled a blue beanie hat down over his mop of curly hair and seemed a little more sedate than he had been when he arrived.   The boys seemed a little more bleary-eyed compared to when they touched down in the capital the day before, when they were spotted laughing and joking with each other.   Clutching their passports and carrying light hand-luggage, the stars looked tired as they posed for photographs, dressed down in baggy travel clothes.


Max George wore causal black jeans and a navy hoodie, while band mate Tom Parker wore tracksuit bottoms.

After spending the day at the White House event, which saw families gather to roll Easter eggs on the lawn, it seems that the boys continued to party.   Instead of having an early night, the British singers found the time for a few drinks, as Jay  tweeted a picture of beer bottles, under the caption: ‘Three cheers!’   The boys have seem their popularity in  the US skyrocket in the last few months, and are currently filming their new reality show in Los Angeles.









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