6 Things to Know About The Wanted's Max George
PHOTO: Max George of Chart-topping boy band The Wanted performs at the London 2012 Olympic Torch Relay Special City Celebration at Canon Hill Park Birmingham, presented by Coca-Cola at Cannon Hill Park on June 30, 2012 in Birmingham, England.

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Lindsay Lohan may have a new man. The troubled actress made an appearance at Q102's Jingle Ball concert in Philadelphia Wednesday where The Wanted was playing.

"@lindsaylohan backstage at #Q102JingleBall where she's hanging with Max and @TheWantedMusic!" the radio station tweeted along with a photo of Lohan backstage.

George and Lohan were also both at New York City's Avenue nightclub Nov. 29 when the 26-year-old actress allegedly punched fellow club-goer Tiffany Ava Mitchell.

"She's the best drunk in New York. She was cool. She had a bit of a scrap but it wasn't down to us," George told E! News after the incident.

Here are six things you may not know about the boy bander.

1. He's recently single. George split from his girlfriend of almost two years, British soap star Michelle Keegan, in July.

2. He's clumsy. When George auditioned for The X Factor U.K., he had a broken arm. The boy bander told the judges he had fallen down the stairs after tripping over a baby gate.

3. He's posed nude. In 2008, George bared it all for AXM Magazine to support cancer research. At the time, the singer was part of another boy band, "Avenue."

4. He's the most interesting man in the world. Or so he thinks. "The Wanted" member was snapped in Los Angeles last month wearing a shirt that said, "The most interesting man in the world."

5. He's friends with Psy. George tweeted a photo of himself with the South Korean " gangnam style" rapper earlier this month. "Me and Psy getting messy! #geekandproud :)"

6. But he's not friends with One Direction's Zayn Malik. George got into a Twitter feud with Malik last month after the One Directioner called him a "geek." Each of their respective band members joined in the name-calling but later deleted their tweets.

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