One Direction Played NYC, And Somehow Their Van Survived
Posted by Videoson 03/10/2012 at 10:53 AM
What’s with the name One Direction? Well, it means whatever The X Factor thinks it means. Right now, though, it’s pertinent; the group has one direction, and that is toward the United States. Last night, they played Radio City Music Hall (a fairly big deal); Monday, they’ll release their album Up All Night here and appear on Today. It’s all in hopes that the States will start to resemble a Directioner’s carefully selected Twitter dashboard: all love, all the time, with a chance of sales and charts love too.
But enough about that. You’re probably here for the videos. There’s a chance you might be here mainly for this one:
WHAT MAKES YOU BEAUTIFUL
Or possibly this:
UP ALL NIGHT
This is kind of interesting:
USE SOMEBODY (Kings of Leon)
Oh, and this also happened. Turns out that fans race vans wherever they may be. Also turns out that concerts at Radio City Music Hall are major draws.
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