THE ONE AND ONLY! Fans go ape at the premiere of 1D movie
London A FINE day in store on Wednesday for England, Wales, Northern Ireland and the south eastern corner of Scotland.
A few showers on the west coast and north east coast of Scotland.
Some sun along the south coast of England, parts of Lincolnshire and east coast of Scotland. Reaching 22C in East Anglia but only 15C or 16C in the west of Scotland.
On Thursday there will
Norwich LONDON’S Leicester Square went into meltdown last night as billion dollar boyband One Direction arrived for the premiere of their first movie,
Thousands of teen fans – many of whom had camped out since Monday for the chance to see their idols – crammed the area and went wild as the boys hit the red carpet ahead of the special screening.
The film has been made by Super Size Me director Morgan Spurlock and follows the lads’ life on the road during their rise to worldwide fame.
The band – Liam Payne, Harry Styles, Zayn Malik, Louis Tomlinson and Niall Horan – were clearly gobsmacked by the size of the crowd.
Liam said the film was “nerve-wracking” to make, but admitted there could be a sequel if it is a hit.
Emily Gee, 16, of Solihull, West Mids, camped out overnight while her mother stayed in a nearby hotel. She said the ‘Directioners’ are like a big family.
Emily said: “I arrived yesterday at 4pm and then I started camping out – I didn’t sleep at all. I’m completely shattered.
“I don’t know how to explain in words how I feel. I’m buzzing – I can’t wait. I like them all but I love Niall.” be sunshine and showers in the south east corner of England, fine further north with some sun, but staying overcast in Scotland.
Warmer all across the southern half of England, reaching 23C in a band from Bristol to London.
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Liam added that it was “difficult to watch” the new film because it showed how upset their parents were when they left home to tour the world.
One scene features his father talking about how much he misses his son.
The star said: “For me that was a bit difficult to watch.”
One Direction have topped the charts on both sides of the Atlantic, becoming the first Brit act to top the U.S. Billboard chart with their debut album.
Louis said making the film helped them remember everything that had happened to them.
He said: “It’s great just to sit back and watch it back and relive those moments.”
Harry said the film would allow fans to learn more about them, but when asked why there was no sex or drugs in the film, he joked: “This is a family press conference.”
ONE LUCKY LOT: The lads, including Harry and Niall ( on the red
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