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The Wanted's Siva to wed in 2015

The Wanted's Siva Kaneswaran has announced he is to marry his fiancee next year.

The singer told Mail Online that he and his bride-to-be Nareesha McCaffrey, who got engaged last year after dating for six years, will exchange vows in 2015 in a Great Gatsby-style wedding.

He said: "With everything going on this year we are both so busy. So we will get married next year, probably in Europe."

There have previously been reports that Siva wanted a Star Wars-themed wedding, with shoe designer Nareesha in a Princess Leia, Return Of The Jedi-style outfit, but he insisted those rumours are "kind of ridiculous".

"I want to incorporate Star Wars into the wedding, but I won't go that far," said the 25-year-old, whose band split earlier this year.

"She wants to look like a princess and is more interested in a Cinderella type of wedding which is perfectly fine and understandable,' he went on. "I would never make her wear a slave dress."

'It will be grand, more like The Great Gatsby. It will be elegant," he explained.

Siva and Nareesha have moved to the US to focus on the singer's career and he said they have decided not to rush down the aisle this year because they have so much going on.

He said: "Everyone has been asking us about the wedding, and we are excited, and have spent a good amount of time on the details of it, but we want to spend some time together before we get into the wedding madness.

'There is already so much madness in our life that planning such an important event is something we don't want to worry to much about at the moment. It will happen, and when it does it will be great, but we want to spend our summer in LA focusing on building our life here."

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