One Direction wins big at BBC Radio 1 Teen Awards

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One Direction continues to make fans around the world swoon! On Sunday, the British boy band — made up of Niall Horan, Zayn Malik, Liam Payne, Harry Styles, and Louis Tomlinson — scored big at the BBC Radio 1 Teen Awards at the Wembley Arena in London. Sporting big hair reminiscent of Miley Cyrus and Pink's 'dos at the MTV VMAs last month (except for Liam, who's had a buzz cut since late last month), the guys picked up fan-voted awards for Best British Single for "One Thing," Best British Album for their debut record Up All Night, and the biggest honor: Best British Music Act. Still, the most exciting moment of the evening was when 1D took the stage to perform "One Thing," "What Makes You Beautiful," "Up All Night," "Moments," and their new song "Live While We're Young."

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American acts Taylor Swift and Ne-Yo were also on the bill. Alas, since Taylor's from Pennsylvania and now lives in Nashville, she wasn't eligible for these Brit-based awards. This is one evening where fans didn't get to see her signature shocked face. But she did sing a set that included her latest hit "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together." The gentlemanly Ne-Yo, who donned a hat as usual, treated the crowd to a few of his songs including "Let Me Love You."

The day before the teen awards, 1D's Liam hit the airwaves solo as he co-hosted BBC Radio 1 ... and it looked like he had a lot of fun! A video of him hanging out with host Gemma Cairney shows him dancing "Gangnam Style" — just like Psy does in the video. Check out the clip:

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