Loyal fans of One Direction are dreading the day when the band will go on their hiatus. However, the four member boy band has been assuring fans that they will return to the stage and even teased that exciting things will come from the group. Meanwhile, the members of One Direction are also looking forward to spending their holidays with loved ones this Christmas.
One Direction band members Louis Tomlinson, Harry Styles, Niall Horan and Liam Payne took the stage for the last time in the U.S. prior their upcoming hiatus which is set to happen in March. Before One Direction wowed their fans during the iHeartRadio Jingle Ball held in Los Angeles, E!News was able to catch up with the four member group to check how they’re feeling about their latest album “Made in the A.M.” and their upcoming break.
One Direction band member Payne shared to E!News that the group’s latest album was one way for them to convey their appreciation to fans. "I think the point of making the record to go on the break was to kind of give fans a thank you for this year,” he said. “To wrap up what we've been doing for the last five years. It's been great for us."
Payne also commented that of more things to come from the band despite One Direction’s upcoming hiatus. “There's more to come,” he told E!News. “We obviously want to tour all these songs. We love them so."
With the upcoming holidays, the former “X Factor” group are planning to go home and spend Christmas with their families. One Direction band member Horan admitted to E!News that the band has been “looking forward to heading home.” He added, "I personally haven't been home in awhile and that's going to be good to see the family and eat like crazy."
Meanwhile, during One Direction’s final U.S. performance at the iHeartRadio Jingle Ball, Payne told the concert audience that the show was "kind of an important one" for the band. He shared, "This is going to be the last time for a little while. I feel myself getting a little emotional."
Payne also promised the One Direction fans at the concert, "We will see you very soon."