Credit: Ben Gabbe/Getty Images Photo: Siva Kaneswaran of The Wanted in August 2013

"Glad You Came" singers Siva Kaneswaran and Jay McGuiness might not be so glad that they came to a Denver movie theater.

TMZ reports that the singers — two members of the English-Irish boy band The Wanted — had just finished watching the Johnny Depp movie Transcendence before their concert in the Colorado capital this week, when they were accosted and assaulted by a homeless man with a knife.

We only make light of the situation because — breathe easy, The Wanted fans — neither singer was injured in the scary encounter.

Apparently, Siva and Jay offered the homeless man some money but the guy demanded more and brandished his weapon.

After tussling with the guy, Siva and Jay were able to get away unscathed — and they did not call the authorities. (Maybe they took pity on the down-on-his-luck guy?)

All five of The Wanted guys — alive and well — performed for Denver concertgoers on April 23. Their Word of Mouth tour is currently scheduled through May 17 — and the band will go on hiatus afterward.

Transcendence, meanwhile, currently carries a C+ CinemaScore — and that's from moviegoers who weren't threatened by a knife on the way out!

Source: TMZ

Dan Clarendon is an assistant editor at Wetpaint Entertainment. Follow him on Twitter and Google+!