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DAISY Lowe

SORRY Direc­tion­ers, Liam Payne has ruled out any hook-ups with his former band mates.

1D fans hoped that af­ter the cur­rent crop of solo al­bums the band would get back to­gether soon.

But the sheer va­ri­ety of their mu­si­cal tastes means there won’t even be any col­lab­o­ra­tions in the mean­time.

At the KISS House Party Live, Liam said: “I don’t know how we would do it, we are do­ing dif­fer­ent things.

“Our name has never been more ironic at this cur­rent mo­ment. It’s like the Avengers have gone wrong.”

With Harry Styles go­ing alt-rock, Niall Ho­ran acous­tic and Louis Tom­lin­son mak­ing EDM bangers, get­ting 1D on the same page has never been so hard.

“It could work if we all agree on music,” Liam added. But he is cur­rently more fo­cused on keep­ing his other half happy.

Turns out Ch­eryl sends tele­pathic mes­sages when she wants him to look af­ter baby Bear.

Liam said: “He sleeps in our room now, I can feel when Ch­eryl Bren­dan Cole. wants me to look af­ter him in the night even if she doesn’t say it.”

Women have that power, Liam. Mer­ci­fully, though, their off­spring is a good sleeper.

Liam re­vealed: “Bear is the ul­ti­mate mir­a­cle child, it’s like we made him in a com­puter.

“He is amaz­ing, happy all the time, teething at the mo­ment so there is a lit­tle bit more cry­ing than usual.

“He goes to sleep at seven and sleeps through un­til morn­ing.”

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Putting the boo in boo­ti­ful, the model rocked a plaid mini-skirt to the Lon­don Hal­loween bash.
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