One Direction Gives A Fond Farewell To 2015 With Recent Hits On ‘New Year’s Rockin’ Eve’

Thu, December 31, 2015 10:19pm EDT by Beth Shilliday 9 Comments

One Direction is giving us one last look at why we love this band so darn much with their pre-taped appearance on ‘Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve With Ryan Seacrest.’ Say goodbye to the boys as this is their last TV appearance for a year and a half!

We’re getting a serious case of the sads! One Direction gave their last performance of 2015 – and their final one before their 18 month hiatus – with mind-blowing performances that are making us miss them so much already. The three songs were previously taped in Hollywood earlier in the month as part of the show’s bi-coastal celebration at the Billboard party while the boys were making their final rounds of promotion for their fifth album Made In The A.M. and what a way to end the year!

The guys performed three big chart topping singles off of their amazing new album. Their showcases of “Drag Me Down,” “Perfect,” and “History” were all hits off their Made In The A.M and we’re so totally bummed that we won’t be able to see them tour with the tunes, but what a great way to show their fans how much love they have for the songs off their fifth album release! Thanks 1D for making our NYE an amazing farewell to you all…for now.

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“It’s been an incredible year for us and we can’t wait to ring in the New Year with all our fans on New Year’s Rockin’ Eve,” said band when it was announced they’d be performing. “It’s an honor to be back at the Billboard Hollywood Party for our second year.” They’ve come so far and accomplished so much during their five years together that their 18 month hiatus is completely well deserved, even though we’re completely going to miss them! Be sure to watch them when the show kicks off at 8pm EST on ABC!  Pick up 1D’s amazing Made In The A.M by clicking here.

HollywoodLifers, what did you think of 1D performances on New Year’s Eve?