While the boys of One Direction may be on a break from making new music, fans will have a chance to hear their voices once more during their special guest appearance on the popular FOX animated television series Family Guy later this year.
After releasing their fifth studio album Made in the A.M last Friday (November 13), the guys from One Direction are now starring in new web series by Apple Music filmed during the 1D London Session.
In the first episode, Niall Horan, Harry Styles, Liam Payne, and Louis Tomlinson sat down with James Cordon to talk about their upcoming break after spending five years in the studio and on the road after their time on The X-Factor.
As they continue their On The Road Again Tour this summer, the boys from One Direction have been hard at work on their fifth album, which will bring fans a whole new sound.
In a recent interview with ET Online, the newly foursome band dished on what fans can expect from their new music.
“There’s a few different sounds on the album, not all the songs sound the same,
One Direction‘s Niall Horan was spotted practicing his golf skills on Wednesday (May 20), as he joined Rory McIlroy during his final preparations for the BMW PGA Championship during the star-studded Pro-Am at Wentworth.
Niall joined Manchester United stars Paul Scholes and Phil Neville at the event, where he got some golfing tips from McIlroy before greeting awaiting fans and signing some golf balls.
I'll try my best but can't promise anything for tomorrow!
Some of today’s hottest stars joined together to do a special performance of Queen‘s hit We Are the Champions for Jimmy Fallon‘s Super Bowl special on Sunday night (February 1).
In the special video, Jimmy and the Roots are joined by stars like Ariana Grande, One Direction, and Meghan Trainor as they sing the classic tune, along with Carrie Underwood, Sam Smith, Blake Shelton,
he boys from One Direction broke some new records over the weekend, after releasing their Where We Are Tour film in select theatres.
The film was released in 78 countries, hitting 3,400 screens worldwide.
According to The Fan Carpet: “1.2 million tickets will have been sold worldwide, making it the highest attended Event Cinema release of all time.”
The Where We Are Tour movie currently has an international per screen average of $4,500,