One Direction had recently dished a few details about their upcoming album which isn't set to be released anytime soon. Yet, a hash tag about the 1D album getting leaked trended on Twitter which caused "Directioners" to go crazy. In addition, Harry's latest tweet also got fans saying "aw." Here's all the latest news on the British boy band.
The next album of One Direction doesn't even have an album title yet but that didn't stop a certain prankster from starting the trend on Twitter. The hash tag #OneDirectionAlbumLeaked started trending on Twitter which prompted a number of "Directioners" to scour the Web for the said album. Yet, this said leak was just a hoax. The album of 1D is set to be released a little bit later this year.
Niall Horan talked about a few details about the upcoming album. According to the Irish member of the boy band, the songs in the album will be a "bit more edgy."
"I think it's going to be a little bit more edgy. But obviously we feel like we've got some really good songs and we are happy," stated Horan in an interview on The Today Show.
In addition to reacting to the album leak hoax, fans of 1D are in dispute over a report by Heat Magazine. The magazine claims Harry Styles and Louis Tomlinson are feuding which led the boys to stay at separate hotels during their "Where We Are" world tour.
On the other hand, Liam Payne, Zayn Malik and Niall Horan have been staying at one hotel. "Directioners" have of course trashed the reports by Heat claiming it wasn't due to a feud that the boys are staying at different hotels but for safety reasons alone.
"Don't worry people! They are much "bigger" now than when they had their first tour, so they probably are staying in different hotels to avoid massive mob scenes from their fans," stated one "Directioner" on Twitter.
In other 1D related news, Harry Styles sent out a shocking tweet about being afraid of the dark and of dentists. Yet, this was a tweet sent in error all to the fact that it missed the hash tag #nowplaying as the lines were taken from "Secrets" by Mary Lambert. Fans of the curly-haired cutie were quick to send their sympathies.