UK One Direction fans may feel slightly abandoned at the minute, due to their fave band being away on their US tour. However, the One Direction boys have been keen to update fans all over the world via Twitter, saying that they 'can't wait for the fans to hear their new album!'
The boys have been busy recording the new album in the studio this week and have taken to the social networking site to say that they can't wait for all to hear their new material, which is set to be the follow-up to the band's global success with debut album 'Up All Night.'
"Sorry guys just popping in the studio to record the new album :D xxx," Liam Payne tweeted yesterday (22nd June), while curly-haired singer Harry posted: "Can't wait to finish this album and for you guys to hear it… hope you like it! X."
Niall Horan also jumped on the Twitter bandwagon and updated fans on the album's progress, and confirmed that The X Factor USA judge Simon Cowell had been to visit them in the studio.
He tweeted: "Great week in the studio with @savan_kotecha and @TheRamiYacoub, great songs! Good to have @simoncowell down today! Dallas we're comin!"
Hmm, wonder if fellow X Factor USA judge Demi Lovato was with Simon when he paid you guys a visit, Niall? Wink, wink...
Meanwhile, The One Direction boys are proving that fame hasn't changed them one bit. Louis and Tom have tweeted a picture of them larking around on a fun trip to their local cinema.
Louis Tomlinson and Liam Payne went to watch fellow pop star Katy Perry's new autobiographical flick, 'Part Of Me 3D'. They even nicked the special 3D specs they were given and stood next to a massive Katy cardboard cut out for a photo.
Louis got up close and personal with Katy's cut out, holding on to her tiny waist. A guy can dream, eh! Check out the pic here.
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