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Sunday 4 October 2015

One Direction video unveiled

Published 21/09/2012

One Direction
One Direction

One Direction's new video is set to be a hit with their adoring fans - as they bare their chests in the promo.

An unauthorised clip of the five-piece's latest video Live While We're Young was leaked on the web on Thursday, forcing the band to hurry the release of the official promo.

Harry Styles, Niall Horan, Zayn Malik, Louis Tomlinson and Liam Payne are seen enjoying some old fashioned fun in the video - which is the debut single from their second album Take Me Home.

The group speed around in a 4x4, enjoy time on a rope swing and bare their chests at a rather wet garden party.

The three-minute clip sees Niall and Harry shirtless, which is sure to be appreciated by their legion of loyal fans.

Live While We're Young is set for release on September 30 in the UK and the beginning of October in the US and Canada.

Meanwhile, One Direction were rocking out at the iTunes Festival in London last night. Zayn complimented his bandmate Harry when he branded the 18-year-old "sexy" in front of crowds.

The group were each asked to describe each other in one word on stage, which led to Zayn being labelled as "kind" by Louis, who was then called "spontaneous" by Niall.

Niall was described as "cute" by Liam, who was labelled "sensible" by Harry.

Curly-haired Harry is famed for his escapades with women, and has a reputation for wooing older ladies. It has now been claimed that he was doing his best to charm singer Natalie Imbruglia at a mutual friend's wedding.

"Everyone was talking about how Harry was really smitten with Natalie. They got on like a house on fire and were clearly very into each other," a source told British newspaper The Mirror.

"The next morning Harry was given a grilling by the other guests. He was overheard telling one that he thinks Natalie is an amazing woman."

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