Okay, so maybe that's not the most graceful headline. But you didn't come here for grace. You came here to see that one guy from One Direction get hit in the junk with a shoe. Over and over again. You won't be disappointed. (Check out the video above.)
Another day, another Taylor Swift breakup. On the bright side, her split with One Direction member Harry Styles gives her some new material for her next album. We can't say when or how Swift will turn this into another hit song to terrorize us at the grocery store. We can only speculate. And speculate we shall. Here are some songs we wouldn't be surprised to hear on the radio by the end of this ye
It's been quite a ride for the lads of One Direction. Two years ago they were contestants on the British 'X Factor' and now they're the hottest boy band in the world.
But perhaps this success has gone to the fivesome's heads, as Canadian DJ Scott Rush was given a ridiculously restricting list of questions he couldn't ask band member Zayn Malik right before he had been scheduled to do a telephone i
The boy band One Direction has been known to work a crowd of 'tween girls into a tizzy, thanks to their sweet singing voices and puppy dog looks. But it was the boys from Great Britain and Ireland who found themselves forced into a frenzy recently, thanks to a clever prank.
Mash-up genius Fadi Saleh is at it again. The 19-year-old who runs YouTube channel Baracksdubs has just unveiled his latest editing masterpiece. Known for his viral videos of presidential speeches cut to the tune of popular music, Saleh's fans have requested the next pop hit for our Commander-in-Chief to (sort of) sing along to.
The British/Irish boy band One Direction has taken over our radios and our hearts from across the pond. The super dreamy boys Niall Horan, Zayn Malik, Liam Payne, Harry Styles and Louis Tomlinson first gained fame on the British TV show 'The X Factor' and have continued to make a name for themselves around the world with their first album 'Up All Night.' Part of a new "British invasion"