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Zayn Malik films himself singing One Direction again and fans, naturally, lose their minds
supports HTML5 videoZayn Malik has filmed himself singing One Direction, and yes, this is a big deal.The singer, 29, left the band in 2015, devastating fans and leaving Niall Horan, Liam Payne, Louis Tomlinson and Harry Styles to carry on as a four-piece.Since leaving 1D and carving out a solo career, Zayn has been fairly quiet about the band in which he found fame – though in an interview shortly after leaving slammed the band’s music as ‘generic as f***.’But it seems the father-of-one could be warming up to his teenage band – and may even be becoming nostalgic.Taking to Instagram on Tuesday, Zayn uploaded a 30-second, black-and-white video featuring him singing 1D hit Night Changes.The star can be seen leaning on a table and resting his chin on his hand as he sings the chorus to the 2014 love song, keeping his eyes off camera as he belts out the lyrics without backing music.Fans, naturally, went absolutely wild for the One Direction throwback, not least because it’s the second time this year he’s sung a 1D hit after previously going years without mentioning the band at all.In June, the star had again taken to Instagram where he sang the high note for 1D’s gorgeous love song You & I.Flocking to the comments section of Zayn’s video on Friday, fans heaped praise on the star, many unable to believe what they were hearing.‘Omg my ears are blessed,’ one person wrote, while another said: Zayn singing 1d songs in 2022 is literally the best thing could ever happen (sic).’‘MORE 1D???? ZAYN…’ one said, while another screamed: ‘NIGHT CHANGES????? YOUR VOICE????? YOU?????’And one begged: ‘What are you telling us.’Yeah, it seems 1D fans are staying calm – as is former One Direction member Niall, who also liked the post.The new video
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Niall Horan and Lewis Capaldi leave onlookers stunned with unexpected busking session
Niall Horan may be one of the biggest names in the world but the Irish heartthrob proved he still remains humble as he took to the streets of Dublin.The singer and his good pal Lewis Capaldi left Dubliners rubbing their eyes as they took part in an impromptu busking session on Grafton Street.Niall, 28, and Lewis, 25, have both spoken fondly of one another in the past and appear to have struck up the ultimate bromance with one another in recent years.READ MORE: One Direction didn't make an effort with anyone on final tour, claims Jamie LawsonDuring a trip to the capital of the Republic of Ireland, the pair took in the sights as well as offering a performance of some of their own hits.Mullingar-native Niall surprised local busker Jacob Koopman as he stopped to take in the singer's stunning voice before he and Lewis attracted a large audience.Taking to the mic stand, Niall showed off his guitar skills as he belted out his single Slow Hands, joined by Lewis while Jacob looked on in amazement.As well as performing some of their own songs, Niall and Lewis offered their rendition of Coldplay's song Yellow.Their 13-minute performance attracted huge crowds and caused fans to go wild on social media after videos emerged of the beautiful moment."Videos of Niall Horan and Lewis Capaldi busking is the serotonin I needed today," tweeted one.While a second went on to say: "Imagine walking on Grafton Street and suddenly you hear Niall Horan and Lewis Capaldi playing songs.
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Louis Tomlinson makes savage one word dig at One Direction's debut album
Louis Tomlinson did not hold back as he shared his true thoughts on One Direction's "sh*t" debut album, Up All Night, as he celebrated their 12th anniversary.The hitmaker who found fame on The X Factor recently reflected on his impressive career which has seen him become one of the most famous blokes in music.Despite being in the biggest boyband of all time alongside Harry Styles, Niall Horan, Liam Payne and Zayn Malik until his departure, it seems as though all was not rosy for Louis who has hinted that he wasn't a huge fan of the lad's debut album, Up All Night.READ MORE: Louis Tomlinson teases the release of second solo album as fans go wild The record released in November 2011 sold over 4.5 million copies across the globe and raked in a string of awards.Speaking on Smallzy's Surgery podcast, the 30-year-old said: "Twelve years ago today the band got formed, but the first album was sh*t anyway."While Louis may have found fame as a solo artist after the group went on an indefinite hiatus in 2016, the hitmaker still admits that he faces levels of pressure ahead of his upcoming second solo record.He added: "There's still pressure obviously for me to deliver a good record and me trying to find my feet coming out of a band as big as One Direction."The singer is currently touring the globe as a part of his Louis Tomlinson World Tour, performing to fans in countries such as Australia, Asia and the UK.While fans may have been patiently waiting for his second solo album, the Two Of Us singer recently hinted that it could arrive rather soon.During an appearance on The Project which airs across Australia, Louis was asked when fans could expect his hotly anticipated album."Soon, soon, very soon," he explained, before adding: "I'm
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Liam Payne claims One Direction bandmate 'threw him' up a wall in physical fight
Liam Payne has dished the dirt on what it was really like behind closed doors for him and his One Direction bandmates.The group formed in 2010 after appearing on The X Factor and eventually went on to sell over 70 million records across the globe, becoming one of the best-selling boy bands of all time.But life away from the cameras and millions of fans was completely different for the lads with Liam now claiming that things became physical at one point.The Bedroom Floor hitmaker, 28, has made a string of revelations while speaking with Logan Paul on his YouTube podcast.But fans will most be concerned to hear that their favourite singers were once at loggerheads with one another.After being asked whether any of the lads including Harry Styles, Louis Tomlinson, Niall Horan and previously Zayn Malik came to blows, Liam told Logan: "No, no, we became very close at points – I think it was well known in the band that I don't like taking sh*t."At a certain point, I made it very obvious, I'm not going to tell you how."There was one moment where there was an argument backstage and someone, one member in particular threw me up a wall."He continued: "I said to him 'if you don't remove those hands, there's a high likelihood you'll never use them again'."He took his hands off."Liam failed to disclose the identity of his bandmate who was involved in the alleged altercation.Daily Star has approached One Direction's spokesperson for comment.Following his shocking bombshell, the dad-of-one threw major shade at his former pal and bandmate Zayn Malik who left the group in 2015.He said: "Before we go too deep into this, there's many many reasons why I dislike Zayn and there's many reasons why I'll always always be on his side."If I had had
Niall James Horan (born 13 September 1993) is an Irish singer and songwriter. He rose to prominence as a member of the band One Direction. In 2010, Horan auditioned as a solo contestant for British singing competition The X Factor. After being eliminated as solo performers, Horan, Zayn Malik, Liam Payne, Harry Styles and Louis Tomlinson were put together in a band.