One Direction celebrate UK chart double, The Wanted seem unfazed as single drops 17 places down the chart

Last night One Direction were on top of the world after it was revealed that they had achieved the elusive chart double.

One Direction scored both this weeks number one album and single.

Not only had the band managed to score this week's number one album with 'Take Me Home' but they also topped the UK singles chart with 'Little Things'.

Can nothing stop these boys?

The lads took to Twitter to send their thanks to the fans who made the impressive achievement possible.

Louis Tomlinson tweeted: "The biggest thank you possible in 140 characters to everyone worldwide who has bought our album and single. You inspire us!"

While Harry Styles posted:  "Hello ...Thank you so much for all your support with this album. We can't believe the number ones today! Thank you thank you. Huge Love .xx"

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As One Direction celebrated their success, The Wanted were over in America performing at the AMA's.

Despite their energetic performance, the boys were holding on to some disappointing news.

The Wanted at last night's AMA's. Copyright [Rex]

Last week, the band's latest single 'I Found You' charted at number three.

One week on however and interest in the song seems to have dipped rather significantly.

Dropping a mammoth seventeen places to this week's number 20, The Wanted must be feeling a little red in the face considering the recent slanging match between the two bands.

Jay McGuinness recently said of the rivalry: "I mean, there's obviously mouth there. We used to try and have a bit of banter with them, and they kind of ignored it for a while.

"But I think now, with the fanbase growing, and it getting brought up what we said ages ago, I think they've let it rile them a little bit."

Meanwhile One Direction member Louis Tomlinson recently told Now magazine: "If you want to create that rivalry, then let's do it.

"We're not bothered about the friction or the rivalry. But I'm not going to shy away from it because that isn't the person I am."