One Direction think fame is "harder" on Justin Bieber than them.
The British boy band - consisting of Niall Horan, Liam Payne, Harry Styles, Zayn Malik and Louis Tomlinson - found fame on a UK TV talent show and are now known all other the world.
They have spent time with teen sensation Justin, who also has hordes of female fans.
"I actually think it's harder on him. Being a solo artist… we have each other to lean on whereas he's just himself. He's done really well," Louis said.
Although the band is still adjusting to fame, they love their jobs. The group are thankful to have such passionate fans and can't wait to meet more of them.
"We're very lucky to be able to travel the world and have such a dedicated fan base everywhere we go. We're going on a world tour next year and we'll be able to see a lot more fans than we have previously," Niall told UK TV programme Daybreak.
The boys are readying for the release of their second record Take Me Home, which will hit stores in November.
Niall is excited about the release because they put so much effort into it. "We worked very hard on it this year. It's not a million miles away from the first album, just a little bit more beefed up. The guitars are heavier, the drums are heavier. We personally think the songs are better," he said.
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