The guys of One Direction aren’t only taking over the music world, but the Twitterverse too.
One Direction’s new single sounds a bit like another famous English band: Mumford & Sons.
Disney has helped artists like Selena Gomez and Miley Cyrus jumpstart their musical careers, but the company is now aiming straight for the heart of all music-related content: the Internet.
In support of their album Midnight Memories, due out Nov. 25, the boy band have declared 1D Day on Nov. 23.
Saw ‘This Is Us”? Now watch Radio.com’s mini-doc on One Direction’s fans. Turns out, not as crazy as you thought.
MTV has added Miley Cyrus and Robin Thicke to the list of acts who will be performing at the VMAs on August 25. While the boys of One Direction will make a ‘special appearance.’
An advance screening of This is Us, the new documentary about One Direction, was a first-come, first-serve affair in Los Angeles that planned to let in a mere fraction of the hundreds of patrons that […]
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The gelding quintet One Direction landed on the cover of the September issue of British GQ and opened up to the magazine, among other topics, tour bus rules, groupies and booze. And then, as logic would dictate, One Direction fans sent death threats to the magazine on Twitter.
Sure, One Direction loves all their fans just the way they are. But that doesn’t mean they can’t hawk a line of beauty products aimed at enhancing all that natural beauty.