New 1D Fragrance Is On Its Way!

One Direction are to release their third perfume in a year, it has been confirmed.

Named You & I, band member Liam Payne announced the news via Twitter and YouTube.

In the 15-second clip, Payne says that they have some "really, really big news for you guys", before stating that the fragrance will be on sale this summer.

Payne added: "We've worked really hard on it and tried to find a scent that we all like, and we worked really hard on designing the packaging and the bottle as well, so we can't wait for you guys to see it. Enjoy."

The band's first perfume Our Moment was released in August 2013, followed by a spinoff frangrence That Moment earlier this year


Is Liam Payne One Directions Sexiest Member?

One Direction’s Liam Payne was left emotional after being voted the band’s sexiest member.

The 20-year-old hunk was rewarded by fans for his increasingly ripped body.

The star posted a link on Twitter to the Entertainmentwise ‘hotties’ poll and said: ‘don’t think I’ve ever won one of these polls before in this band’.

It was clearly a massive shock for Payne as he then tweeted again, almost straight away, saying: ‘Very shocked about that aha thanks’.

Liam also appears to be getting worked up about the end of 1D’s Take Me Home tour.

‘Can’t believe this tour’s almost done! Loved every single show, dont want it to endddd!’ he tweeted.

He isn’t the only member of the band getting upset, either – Niall Horan, 20, has also turned mushy too.

Horan tweeted: ‘Just made a list of all the places we’ve been as @onedirection , every city! All I can say is thank you!’

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Australian Fans Steal Liam Payne’s Boxers!

One Direction singer Liam Payne was awoken by an attempted break-in at his hotel room in Sydney last night (October 7).

The 20-year-old revealed that someone climbed onto his balcony and stole his drying boxers while he was sleeping naked.

Speaking via Twitter, the star said that hotel staff had put his boxers outside to dry after wearing them in the sea earlier in the day."Strangest way I've ever been woken up, when ur in bed butt naked an sum1 is trying to force open your balcony this is gunna be a strange day (sic)," Payne wrote. Is it just us or is a naked Liam a realllllly nice thought :-p"So happy I woke up cuz that s**t would have been so unfair."Payne added he felt "embarrassed" by the situation and joked that he was "off to Scarlett Johansson's house".Australia's Daily Telegraph is reporting that six girls accompanied by an 8-year-old boy were behind the act and stole a red pair of Calvin Klein underwear.

One Direction are current on the Australasian leg of their 'Take Me Home Tour' until the end of October.

The boxers were later returned to Liam after fans Yuki and Izzy were caught nearby!

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“Liam Payne Saved My Life” – Interview With Andy Samuels


In his first full interview since last month’s horrific fire, Andy Samuels said he is convinced the singer’s quick-thinking saved his life

Liam Payne’s best friend has told how the One Direction star tried to stop a raging fire with his bare hands during a freak accident in his flat.

In his first full interview since last month’s horrific fire, Andy Samuels said he is convinced the singer’s quick-thinking saved his life.

Andy, 21, was rushed to hospital after his whole body caught alight as he tried to fill a patio heater with gas.

He spent a fortnight in hospital ­undergoing SEVEN skin grafts as they treated him for third-degree burns.

Revealing his horrific scars for the first time, Andy said: “I can still see Liam trying to put out the flames with his hands.

"I was set completely on fire – terror is the only word fit to describe what I was feeling.

“The pain and the panic I felt is ­something no one should have to go through.

"I was the one that was injured, but it was a crazy, horrible experience for Liam to witness as well.”

Andy said his body burned for what seemed like an eternity after the heater exploded in his face on the balcony of Liam’s flat.

Andy revealed: “He was trying to help me but I thought I was going to die.

“I was running around trying to get enough water. I tore one of his taps off the wall in such a blind panic and eventually threw myself in his shower.

“I looked at my arm at one point and my skin was destroyed and hanging off, it was like a cheese string.

"I don’t remember much except thinking my life was over. It would have broken me to see my best friend like that.”

The fire erupted at Liam’s flat in East London as he was marking his 20th birthday with friends.

It destroyed most of the balcony and it took 35 ­firefighters to put it out. They had to use breathing equipment to battle through the thick smoke.

Liam’s new girlfriend Sophia Smith, 20, was also there and saw her boyfriend’s heroics.

Andy says: “The best thing Liam and Sophia did that night for me was just reassure me and try to keep me calm until the ambulance arrived.

“I was in such a panic. I was also worried I’d burned the building down and they kept talking to me to keep me conscious.”

Andy, from Liam’s home town of Wolverhampton, was rushed to Royal London Hospital with 20 per cent burns all over his body and doctors spent an entire day operating on him, his worried family unsure if he was going to survive.

He said: “I had seven skin grafts where I had third-degree burns and no skin left.

"They took skin from my thigh so I have three grafts on my left arm, three on my chest and one on my right ankle.

“My week in the intensive care unit is a blur. I looked so bad my family didn’t think I’d ever look like me again.”

Liam was a constant ­presence at Andy’s bedside after his transferral by helicopter to Broomfield Hospital in Essex.

T-shirt entrepreneur and part-time model Andy said: “My mum and my ­girlfriend were by my side 24/7 – they’ve been incredible.

"The support of Liam and my other best friend Jordan has been amazing as well.

“I was pretty out of it on pain medication but I remember coming to one day and just blurting out, ‘I need a McDonald’s!’

"Next thing I know Liam had got his security to rush one to my bedside.

“If I was conscious he would just chat with me and try to keep my spirits up.”

Andy’s speedy recovery has impressed doctors.

Just two weeks after the ­accident he was allowed to go home to Wolverhampton and one month on the superficial scarring on his face has almost healed.

Within two years the second-degree burns on his body should have completely disappeared.

Despite his upbeat ­attitude, Andy described the psychological after effects of the blaze as “life changing”.

He said: “I’m incredibly lucky, this could have been so much worse but the ­psychological effects outweigh the physical effects.

"There is medicine for my pain, and my scars will heal but mentally I’m never going to forget what happened.

"I still have dreams and think about it, it still scares me so bad.”

He has been offered support from acid attack victim and charity campaigner Katie Piper.

He said: “Katie can relate to what I’m going through and she was telling me how she dealt with things that she went through. I really respect her.

“With her charity The Katie Piper Foundation I feel like they are doing incredible things.

"I would never want anyone to go through what I went through. The support they give is so important.”

Liam tweeted his 14million followers about Andy’s recovery, hailing him “the invincible man”.

Andy said: “Having your best friend there for you like Liam has made this so much easier.

"His support has been incredible and we’re in contact pretty much constantly every day, even though he’s in Australia at the moment.

“We talk about everything but I’ll update him about my recovery every now and then.

"I’ve had some really low moments, lying in hospital, too scared to even look at myself in the mirror to see the damage but Liam and my family and girlfriend were there to talk me round.

“I couldn’t have done it without them and the ­incredible nurses at B­roomfield Hospital’s ­Intensive Care Unit and Burns Unit.

"I think Liam was affected by what he witnessed but he didn’t talk about that, just about how he knew I would be all right.

"And he was right – four weeks later and I’m still breathing and I’m doing normal things like going ­shopping with my nan.”