Directioners descended into London's Leicester Square in their thousands this evening, for the world premiere of One Direction: This is Us.
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Fans of One Direction are anxiously waiting in Leicester Square ahead of the world premiere of the band's film, This Is Us.
One Direction's Niall Horan said he is "just pinching myself" ahead of today's This Is Us film premiere:
Holy crap! today is the day! We are actually doing a movie premiere ! Can't wait !
Just pinching myself! Absolutely huge day today! We want u to know that u made this all happen! And when u see the film or are standing on
Leicester square tonight! U can all turn to eachother and be like "we did this" so thank you so much
One Direction will live a normal life "one day" but they may have to go "live out in the hills", joked Liam Payne.
Speaking exclusively to Daybreak, the boys were promoting their new film One Direction: This Is Us, which gives fans a look into the band's phenomenal rise and a peak into their private lives.
One Direction said they are "so excited" ahead of the premiere of their movie One Direction: This Is Us in Leicester Square later today:
Fans of mega boyband One Direction spent the night camping out in Leicester Square ahead of their movie premiere later today.
Fifty thousand One Direction fans are expected to descend on London's Leicester Square for the premier of their new movie.
Hundreds of fans camped out overnight to get the best view of Louis Tomlinson, Niall Horan, Zayn Malik, Liam Payne and Harry Styles.
Hundreds of One Direction fans have spent the night sleeping in Leicester Square to ensure they get to see the band when they arrive for the premier of their new film this evening.
One Direction fans have been camping in central London ahead of the band's film premiere tomorrow. 'One Directioners' told ITV London that they wanted to "be at the front" to catch a glimpse of the stars.