The Teen Choice Awards: The only night of the year when millions of fans can tune in to see pink-haired ballerinas, on-stage fire pits and most importantly, an up-close-and-personal view of Harry Styles’ butt.
The screening, which took place at L.A.’s Pacific Theatres at the Grove last Saturday morning (Aug. 3), was delayed after hundreds of fans, scorned by their denial of entry after the first 100 in line were admitted, proceeded to rushed the theater, causing employees to contact police to help quell the crowd, the Los Angeles Times reports.
Which group has the bad boy, a la AJ McLean? The rapping? The baby of the group? And which bands actually seem more like their own thing, defying callbacks to the past?
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.
Filmed in Miami, the Ben Winston-directed clip has the boys showing off their acting chops in some very unexpected roles.
Currently in the middle of their Take Me Home Tonight Tour, the band released “Best Song Ever” days before its scheduled release after it leaked earlier this week online.
Two hours of high-pitched squeals. That’s what you get when you go to a One Direction show.
One Direction create a scene wherever they go and having screaming fans follow them everywhere is something they admit they still aren’t quite used to.
In a brand new three-minute movie trailer, the world gets its first look at One Direction’s debut documentary film. The trailer spans from the guys’ pre-fame dreams of becoming professional singers to the insanity and intense fandom surrounding them from teen fans worldwide — and then back to their roots.