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One Direction mobbed at New York film premiere


One Direction hit the red carpet in New York for the U.S. premiere of their new movie "This Is Us" on Monday.

The five singers -- Niall Horan, Zayn Malik, Liam Payne, Harry Styles and Louis Tomlinson -- arrived in Times Square, and were welcomed by a flock of fans who were hoping to get a glimpse of the boy band.

Bing: Check out the trailer for 'This Is Us'

On arrival, Styles tells Digital Spy, "It is very exciting, I think it's crazy we have a premiere in the first place, let alone in America."

Tomlinson adds, "I just hope everyone likes it, and thanks for the support that everyone has given, and this is more for them, so big up."

The "What Makes You Beautiful" singers walked away with the Song of the Summer award for their hit single
'Best Song Ever" at the MTV Video Music Awards on Sunday.

Aug 27, 2013 10:46AM

Binford....I think just because you are probably in your 60's at least and listen to "old peoples" music that is as outdated as you, you should probably stay away from internet posts discussing current musicians.  I am also trying to figure out how current music trends are figured into the preservation of our country. 


Maybe we should just all limit ourselves to your kind of music, 1950's showtunes and Bach and Mozart, because our tastes really shouldn't be diverse should they? 

Aug 27, 2013 10:14AM
hard to understand with their accent.  "gah ahf da fone den?"  huh?
Aug 27, 2013 9:59AM
Aug 27, 2013 9:56AM

I guess the ONE thing that bothers me about the "YOUNGER" generations od Americans is their lack of consideration/taste for "TALENT" and "INTELLIGENCE".

The younger generations have NO idea about the past generations expenditures for the preservation of our country and what's more... they are not interested. This Live for Today and who cares about tomorrow attitude will come back to bite them or their children in the butt!

As far as the "MUSICAL TALENT"  goes...I am not suppose to like it any more than my parents liked the Beatles.

It would be nice if I could understand the words/lyrics.

To today's talentless minded Americans, compare Barbara Streisand, Tony Bennett, Johnny Mathis, Sammy Davis Jr., Michael Bolton, Ray Price, Marty Robbins, Celine Dion among others to today's mindless dribble.

If you have not progressed to these entertainers by the time you are 30... you are a lost cause living in a lost civilization!

Let us see where ANY of these "flash in the pans" are in ten years. Miley Cyrus is a prime example. The topic of this article, which I have never heard about, will be also ran's in the pages of history. 

True talent does not die when the performer dies, it has been recorded for future generations of TRUE music lovers. 

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