Say it isn’t so! One Direction performed in their final concert in the UK before their long hiatus, and HollywoodLife.com has EXCLUSIVE details on what went on behind-the-scenes after their farewell show. Find out all the scoop!
It’s a sad farewell — for now. One Direction played their final show of their current, and possibly last, world tour in Sheffield, United Kingdom, on Oct. 31, and there wasn’t a dry eye in the arena. And now, HollywoodLife.com can EXCLUSIVELY reveal what happened after the boys’ most poignant performance yet!
Fans packed the Sheffield Arena in northern England on Halloween night in what was an emotional night for the Directioners and the band. Sources tell us that after the show, the lads huddled together and shed a few tears over their success!
“After the show in Sheffield, the guys were buzzing, but there was also a sense of accomplishment,” a source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. “They’ve come such a long way since they were young boys looking to get ahead on X Factor, and the sudden realization that they will be taking a long break from it really hit home. There were some tears shed, the guys hugged each other and wished each other well as they go on their own paths for now. There was no animosity between them on the final night.”
Aw! They really have come a long way since they were just hopeful teens, but they certainly conquered the world with their live shows and hit songs. Don’t stay away for too long, fellas, because you’ll be missed!
A recent report in UK newspaper The Sun almost took the gloss off 1D’s farewell show, claiming that the band was plagued by bitter rivalries. However, Niall Horan was quick to shut that down on Twitter.
“Don’t (sic) believe anything you are reading. We stand strong as a band and we’re brothers ,can’t wait for you to hear what we’ve been working on,” he tweeted. Niall added, “Thank you for all the continuous love and support ..” And that says it all!
What do you think, HollywoodLifers? Can you see One Direction returning to the stage one day? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.
— Jon Boon