Max George, Siva Kaneswaran, Tom Parker, Jay McGuiness and Nathan Sykes had a whirlwind weekend, flying into England especially for their X Factor results show appearance, then dashing to the airport to catch a plane to Mexico.
We reckon that plush looking private jet in a photo uploaded by Siva made all the globetrotting slightly more bearable!
The boys looked dashing in matching black suits on X Factor, where they performed their incredibly catchy new track 'Show Me Love (America)'. Although, let's face it, is there any Wanted song that isn't catchy?!
In contrast to Lady Gaga's wacky, colourful and energetic stage show, The Wanted boys chose a simple, sophisticated performance, backed by an orchestra, that focused on the vocals.
Nathan co-wrote the sweeping song, revealing it's about the difficulty of maintaining a relationship while travelling the world.
After their performance, Nathan told host Dermot O'Leary that the band had flown to the UK especially for their performance but rather than getting time to spend with friends and family at home, they'd be heading straight back to the airport to fly to Mexico for the next stop on their tour.
The life of a popstar, eh?!
The Wanted's fans were more than happy with what they saw on X Factor and were quick to defend the group against the few snide comments thrown out by non-fan viewers.
One fan wrote on YouTube: "Seeing the boys perform like this, singing their hearts out, makes me feel so proud.. this is what it's all about. These boys deserve all the success in the world!"
The Wanted had plenty of support from celebrity viewers as well. Marvin Humes tweeted: "Very good vocals from @TheWanted on @TheXFactor well done fellas." His wife Rochelle added: "Ahhhhhh @thewanted sound brilliant on #XFactorUK love that song go boys." Meanwhile, The Saturdays' Frankie Sandford wrote: "The wanted were spot on tonight! Go on boys!"
The Wanted's new album Word Of Mouth is out 4 November. They'll embark on a world tour in support of it next year.
Watch The Wanted's video for 'Show Me Love (America)' below: