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One Direction venture into space for new vid

Published 07/08/2015

One Direction with former member Zayn Malik
One Direction with former member Zayn Malik

Zayn Malik’s former fiancée Perrie Edwards seems to have taken a veiled swipe at him while praising a song by his former boy band One Direction in a new interview.

The four-band group, which is comprised of Harry Styles, Liam Payne, Louis Tomlinson and Niall Horan, released their single Drag Me Down last week, a song that features on the band’s forthcoming fifth studio album.

And according to the MailOnline, One Direction will be filming the music video for Drag Me Down at the NASA Space Center in Houston, Texas.

It’s claimed the intergalactic promo is expected to feature a lot of fun gadgets, as One Direction managers have negotiated the use of training equipment, airfields and other space-oriented things that are located solely at the iconic astronaut visitors’ attraction.

Drag Me Down marks the first single One Direction has released since Zayn Malik left the band in March.

Zayn has been stirring up a lot of controversy following his One Direction exit. Most recently he broke off his engagement to Little Mix songstress Perrie Edwards.

His former fiancée seems to be bitter, as it appears she took a swipe at him during a Radio Disney interview she recorded on Thursday, which is due to air next Tuesday.

"I like One Direction's new song Drag Me Down," Perrie said. "It's incredible."

Zayn also seems to have issued a veiled insult against his ex earlier this week.

"You just can't do enough for some people, I guess,” he wrote on Twitter, seemingly alluding to Perrie.

Rumours are rife Zayn has a massive crush on Kylie Jenner at the moment. The Daily Mail reports he favourited a sexy picture of the teenager on Twitter then proceeded to follow her older sister Khloé Kardashian in the wee hours of the morning after partying all night in Los Angeles on Wednesday.

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