One Direction To Make First US TV Appearance Since Zayn’s Departure

Credit: People
Credit: People

One Direction are to make their first US TV appearance since Zayn Malik quit the band in March, and it makes total sense that they would decide to appear on The Late Late Show.

Hosted by good friend James Corden, the quartet are scheduled to appear on the May 14 show and both sides promise it is to be a whole load of fun.

“We’re all so excited to be appearing on The Late Late Show with James Corden. James is one of our best mates and we’re so proud of the massive success his show is having in America,” said band member Liam Payne.

“We are currently working on a few surprises with James and his team that we hope our fans will enjoy,” he added. “It’s going to be a great night!”

Corden added:  “I love the boys, I always have. I’m so excited to have some fun with them on the show!”

From the sounds of things, this will be an easy going, relaxed and informal interview which will be great for the group and fans alike. Corden has taken over the reins of The Late Late Show very successfully, with several videos from the show going viral already. I am sure he will have a great skit lined up to perform with Harry, Niall, Liam and Louis.

Meanwhile, One Direction are busy on their  “On the Road Again” world tour, plus recording their fifth studio album.

“The songs are coming out a bit more chill because I think we want this to be quite a long-lasting album that you can listen to anytime,” Payne said of their new music.

Here’s hoping the group get some well deserved time off after the album’s release, since they seem to be working non-stop.

You can catch 1D on The Late Late Show on May 14, on CBS



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  1. Corden’s takeover has encountered a few bumps here in N. America but has been mostly successful (check out his movie parodies with Arnold Schwarzenegger, Michael Douglas and Tom Hanks). Last week he had on Manic Street Preachers! Whoa! Felt a little motorcycle emptiness, but we loved them, we loved them!

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