January 13, 2016


One Direction Break-Up Rumor 'Not True,' Says Source

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A new report suggesting that One Direction’s hiatus, which follows the release of its fifth album in five years, will be a permanent split is "not true," a source tells Fuse.

A source “close” to the band told Us Weekly that Harry Styles, Louis Tomlinson, Niall Horan and Liam Payne have no plans to revive 1D following the promotion of Made In The A.M., released in November. “The 1D thing just ran its course,” says the source. “They’ll remain friends, but they are exhausted and want solo careers.”

However, a source says that the Us Weekly report is unfounded. The members have themselves stated on numerous occasions that 1D would be back together someday.

One Direction announced that they would be going on an indefinite hiatus following the release of Made In The A.M., the U.K. boy band’s first release without Zayn Malik.