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Maybe Harry cut his hair. Maybe not.
As Twitchy reported, friends and supporters of Claire Davis, the 17-year-old shot in the head at Arapahoe High School, began a Twitter campaign to convince One Direction to visit her. #Get1DToClaire didn’t actually get 1D to Claire, but the band did shoot a brief get well message for Claire, who remains in a coma. THANK […]
Arapahoe High School senior Claire Davis remains hospitalized in critical condition with severe head trauma after being shot in school during Friday’s shooting. A prayer vigil was held, and once word got out that Claire Davis was a fan of the group One Direction, the hashtag #get1DtoClaire got moving. Here’s a small sample of the […]
I think I ass follow people sometimes. — Miley Ray Cyrus (@MileyCyrus) September 27, 2013 Aw, so cute! Miley Cyrus’ rear end, last seen by approximately 159 million people in a music video, has decided to follow One Direction heartthrob Liam Payne on Twitter. It’s so romantic! If you’re thinking of “Love Me Tender” right […]
Are we looking at British boy band One Direction’s 15th minute of fame?
There really is nothing else to say, is there? HAHAHA rihanna's reaction to miley's twerking http://t.co/SgEutmpiBR — gayathrieee ♥ (@gayathriestyles) August 26, 2013 Rihanna's face says it all when Miley performed pic.twitter.com/df619EzPXu — (@RoyalBri) August 26, 2013 The boys and Rihanna's face during Miley Cyrus' performance lol pic.twitter.com/Qno21KcdIG — 1D Updates (@1DUpdatesFrance) August 26, 2013 […]
We guess you can chalk this one up to popularity.
Apparently we’ve all been letting the Westboro Baptist Church get away with too much for too long. Picketing the funerals of fallen soliders and victims of natural disasters is one thing, but tonight the WBC chose to cross the line and picket a One Direction concert in Kansas City, Mo.
While many clueless young people around the world were asking “Who is Margaret Thatcher?,” One Direction pop star Harry Styles was thankfully not one them.
His fans, alas, are another story.