@horannangel Ya got it in one . Fair play
Why would a former One Direction star and a massive football club be beefing? Read on...
One of the more bizarre Twitter beefs has erupted overnight as Niall Horan, one of the former stars of One Direction, has gotten involved in a social media spat with Leeds United Football Club.
It all began with Wednesday night’s set of Championship football fixtures, in which Derby County – whom Horan supports – won 4-1 away at much-fancied West Bromwich Albion. Clearly overjoyed with seeing his team cement their position as title challengers, the singer told his 39 million followers “@dcfcofficial are a dream to watch play”.
Irish radio presenter Thomas Crosse replied to his tweet, asking him to “send Leeds United a bit of luck” – the team who went top of the league the same night with their 2-0 victory over Ipswich Town.
Continue reading: Niall Horan And Leeds United In Amusing Twitter Feud
The now four-piece band is one of the biggest exports of the X Factor
Picture the scene: it’s 2010 and the X Factor has already been whittling down the weekends to Christmas for five whole years. Winners have come and then most definitely gone. Simon Cowell’s dress sense is no better. But then a Syco Production created boyband stumbled into second place - and One Direction Mania was born.
One Direction were formed eight years ago
Fast forward and what remains of the boys have celebrated their eight year anniversary and got #8YearsOfOneDirection trending.
Continue reading: One Direction Celebrates Eight Years Since Their Formation
Liam Payne has admitted he is careful about what he puts in his songs because he doesn't want to upset anyone with his lyrics.
Liam Payne has censored his lyrics for his fans.
The 'Strip That Down' hitmaker admitted he has had to think twice about some of the words and phrases he uses in his songs because he doesn't want to upset or offend anyone.
He said: ''There's been a few lyrics that have come through where I've thought, 'Hmm will that really rock with my fan base?' So I have to be kind of careful.
Continue reading: Liam Payne Censors Songs
Niall Horan is adamant he is a great rapper, and has joked him and Louis Tomlinson will have a rap off soon.
Niall Horan is adamant he is a great rapper.
The 24-year-old singer - who is known for being in the boyband One Direction alongside Zayn Malik, Louis Tomlinson, Liam Payne and Harry Styles - has jokingly reacted to a tweet his pal Louis Tomlinson made about the ''Irish lads'' Sean and Conor Price rapping on 'The X Factor' over the weekend.
The 'Back To You' hitmaker tweeted: ''I like these little Irish lads but enough with the rapping (sic).''
Continue reading: Niall Horan Is Adamant He Is A Great Rapper
Horan, who announced his first solo album 'Flicker' this week, told the BBC that 1D's first ever gig at the Watford Colosseum in 2011 was "a disaster".
In a new wide-ranging interview with the BBC, the 24 year old Irish singer revealed that 1D’s first ever live performance, in Watford Colosseum way back in December 2011, was “a disaster”.
“I never want to talk about that gig again,” Horan winced. “Worst night of my life. The worst One Direction show ever.”
Camila Cabello was a One Direction ''superfan'', and even ''cried'' over a shoe that was thrown into the audience by band member Niall Horan.
Camila Cabello was a One Direction ''superfan''.
The 20-year-old singer has admitted she once ''cried'' over a shoe that was thrown into the audience by band member Niall Horan at one of the 'History' hitmakers' shows in Miami.
Asked about her own experiences of being a fan and why she thinks that makes her relatable to her own fans, the former Fifth Harmony member said: ''I was a One Direction superfan, I even had my Twitter account dedicated to them. I remember that two months before auditioning for 'The X Factor', I saw their show in Miami and Niall [Horan] threw a shoe to the audience, and when the concert ended, a group of girls and me were crying for the shoe.
Continue reading: Camila Cabello: I Was A One Direction 'superfan'
The star is part of the famous band currently on a hiatus
One fourth of famous pop group One Direction has revealed his new solo career is harder to cope with than being part of the internationally famous band. Louis Tomlinson - who tragically lost his mum last year - is currently on a hiatus from 1D and pursuing his own music.
Louis Tomlinson explained the differences between being in a band and going solo
The 25-year-old released his debut solo single - Just Hold On - as a collaboration with American DJ Steve Aoki in December 2016 as he and his bandmates, Niall Horan, Harry Styles and Liam Payne, continue to take time out of One Direction.
Niall Horan has teased that his debut solo album will be ready later this year.
Niall Horan is hoping to drop his debut solo album ''later this year.''
The One Direction singer has received rave reviews following the release of his two singles 'This Town' and 'Slow Hands' and, although he can't wait to give fans more content, he's not ready to share his LP just yet as he's still coming up with a name.
Speaking on 'Lorraine', he said: ''I listen to a lot of 80s funk rock, and I started playing on the piano and that came up... and hopefully the album will be later this year. I'm still trying to come up with the name, we've only recently just finished recording it.''
Continue reading: Niall Horan To Drop Solo Album This Year
Niall Horan believes One Direction was like a ''circus'' because they used to travel around in convoy all the time and being solo is a lot different.
Niall Horan believes One Direction was like being in a ''circus''.
The 23-year-old singer is making waves in the entertainment industry as a solo artist after the boy band decided to take a hiatus in August 2015, and the Irish hunk has revealed when he was in the group with Zayn Malik, Harry Styles, Louis Tomlinson and Liam Payne the ''massive team'' travelled together with cars driving in convoys, which he has likened to the travelling entertaining group.
Speaking to the Metro newspaper, Niall said: ''The biggest part [about going solo] is not having a massive team around me. We were like a circus - convoys of cars and police everywhere and thousands of fans.''
Continue reading: Niall Horan Believes One Direction Was Like A 'circus'
The One Directioner released his self-titled album on 12 May
One Direction may have broken the hearts of fans worldwide when they took a "hiatus" in January 2016 but Directioners everywhere have been repeatedly treated to a bevvie of solo singles first. This time the man on top is Harry Styles who has just made history with his self-titled debut album.
Harry Styles' new album has topped all the charts
The album - which was released on May 12 - topped the Billboard 200 album chart with over 230,000 equivalent album units sold, making it the biggest debut sales week for a U.K. male artist’s first album in the US.
Continue reading: Harry Styles Made History With His Debut Album
Niall Horan seen arriving at 102.7 KIIS FM's 2016 Jingle Ball - Los Angeles, California, United States - Saturday 3rd December 2016
Niall Horan - One Direction seen performing live Hollywood Boulevard for Jimmy Kimmel Live at Hollywood Blvd - Los Angeles, California, United States - Friday 20th November 2015
Harry Styles, Liam Payne, Louis Tomlinson , Niall Horan - **Strictly embargoed until 00.01 BST Tuesday 1st September** One Direction today (Tuesday 1st September) premiered the action/1D film, 'Dear World Leaders', a three minute, one-of-a-kind emotive and powerful film composed of hundreds of fan submissions describing the world they want to live in. The film, in support of the action/1D campaign, directly calls on world leaders to listen to the changes they want to see made, to make the world a better place for this generation and the next. Harry Styles said: "We've been overwhelmed by the fans' response to action/1D. They continue to amaze us with their passion and dedication, and this film goes to show how engaged they are in the issues that affect them. It's been inspiring to see and hear what matters to them and the world they want to live in." Niall Horan said: "We've had fans from all over the world tell us what matters to them, from equal rights for all to the eradication of poverty, I really hope world leaders take notice of what we and our fans are saying. Hillary Clinton tweeted us her support of action/1D last month - I'm hoping President Obama watches it next!" One Direction is now calling on the public to share the 'Dear World Leaders' film on social media, alongside the hashtag #action1D. The film will also be broadcast in front of thousands of fans at each of the remaining legs of the band's On The Road Again Tour. One Direction launched the action/1D campaign on 8th July. Since then, nearly 80,000 submissions of photos and videos calling out for change were received from 172 countries. The hashtag #action1D has seen a reach of 2.5 billion so far, and trended worldwide on Twitter for 11 hours following the launch of the project in July. The action/1D campaign is part of action/2015, a global citizens' movement which is united by the idea that 2015 can be the year when the world can set the agenda to end extreme poverty, tackle inequality and climate change - but on - London, United Kingdom - Monday 31st August 2015
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@horannangel Ya got it in one . Fair play
@Conor_O_Donohoe Why the fuck are ya wearing a jumper then?
@jpsaxe Wowwww!! Imagine Elvis singing ‘High and Dry’
@GilletteStadium @onedirection @Harry_Styles @Louis_Tomlinson @LiamPayne @zaynmalik Never forget. Absolutely love y… https://t.co/E5nEmEgzWX
RT @ashemusic: 👼🏼 @iHeartRadio thank you for all the love on moral of the story ft @NiallOfficial, it’s meant so much!!! listen here https:…
@sweetIikestyles Please don’t apologise. You’re fine x
@smalltalkflickr Nothing going on Hahahah
@snflwrvl I’m not mad at anyone .
@__lisagrd I’m great !! Played golf this morning alone. Played a round in 2 hours and 15 mins
@letme_adorelou @Wheres1D I’m not talking about specific people here, I’m talking in general . .
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@1dstan_ot5 @Wheres1D Let’s not do the thing of Niall deserves better because I don’t deserve anything.. let’s just… https://t.co/oRDhHJczSP
@Wheres1D Probably because we’re on tv and somehow look untouchable ( probably because you can’t put your hand through the tv ) 😂😂😂😂
@Wheres1D It bothers me because I know it hurts other people and that’s the frustrating part. Not everyone is as th… https://t.co/oPOuxCxq91
@niazempire It’s effectively the same as walking up to someone in the street and just saying what you want to their… https://t.co/k22Myr9jdW
@niazempire I’ve been through this 1000 times to help other people. Because we are famous faces and people see us o… https://t.co/Puq7xY26r0
@niazempire I respond not because Im personally offended by any of them ( in fact if you knew me personally you wou… https://t.co/0aXtrFpGmO
@sweetIikestyles That’s not very nice is it ?
@flickerevans Of course I have . You’ll seeee
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