“Every single day we are thankful for the platform that you incredible people gave us . What an amazing 5 years it’s been !!” Louis recently tweeted. “You have been by far the most incredible fanbase and nothing you do goes unnoticed. We are so lucky to have you guys ! Thanks so much :)”
He continued, “Thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you. My attempt of expressing how thankful we are for you guys!”
“In terms of the band, they’ve got enough hits now they can take some time off and do some other stuff they want to do. Then I hope they’ll have a little bit of time apart and want to get back together again. It’s a fun job, but it’s absolutely their decision,” Simon said (via The Sun).
“I’ve received bad calls in my life but this is not one of them. This is your business but I’m here for you…He didn’t kill anyone. He got someone pregnant. It happens every day all over the world. Again, Louis has got great family around him and, look, it’s a plus, not a negative,” Simon also added about Louis Tomlinson becoming a dad.
Niall Horan navigates through a crowd of fans after he arrives at LAX airport on Tuesday (July 7) in Los Angeles.
The 21-year-old singer and his band One Direction are hoping to make a difference in the world and have launched the Action/1D campaign.
Action/1D will give young people across the world the chance to add their voices to global conversations about the future of people and the planet in order to achieve the best possible development and climate frameworks ahead of upcoming global summits on people and the planet.
The group is asking their millions of fans to band together to share what kind of world they want to live in through creative content like videos and photos using the #action1D hashtag on their social media channels.
“Time and again our fans have shown how creative and powerful they can be when they unite and that’s why we want to all join together to speak out and hopefully make a real and lasting change to the world around us,” the band said.