One Direction's Worst Week Ever? Their 5 Most Stressful Moments
One Direction poses pensively (Getty Images)
One Direction are on top of the world. With a hit new album on their hands, two of their catchiest singles ever dominating radio, and an upcoming 2014 world tour on the horizon, you'd think nothing could go wrong for the fearless quintet.
It's actually been a rather stressful week for the 1Ders! That is, as stressful as things can get when you're the cutest darn boy band on the planet.
Here's a recap of five really tough things that happened to the "Midnight Memories" makers this past week.
1) Niall goes under the knife — Oh no! Niall's injury is worse than we all first thought! It was common knowledge that he blew out his knee back in December during rehearsals, but we didn't the extent of his injuries.
After pictures emerged in British newspaper The Sun of the blond babe hobbling around on crutches, he took to Twitter to take control of the rumor mill:
Hey guys I know most of you have seen those pics today! Yes Ive had major knee surgery , a much larger surgery than first anticipated ,— Niall Horan (@NiallOfficial) January 17, 2014
But i would like to tell u , it was a complete success ! Considering the scale of it! So all I ask of you guys is that you would respect my— Niall Horan (@NiallOfficial) January 17, 2014
Privacy as I try to recover and get for the where we are tour!— Niall Horan (@NiallOfficial) January 17, 2014
Privacy granted sir!
pictures were posted on a friend's Twitter page of Liam balancing precariously on the edge of the balcony of his 34th floor London apartment.2) Liam weathers "Ledge-gate" — Liam Payne sure is growing up to be a fine-looking chap. The band's biggest heartthrob looks more and more like David Beckham every day ... but that doesn't mean he doesn't still make missteps now and then. Fans were in an uproar on Tuesday when
The images were quickly deleted but not before causing near cardiac arrest for teenage girls everywhere. (no word on if Paul Rudd's OK yet or not) Liam was quick to address the incident on Twitter as well: