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Sunday 4 October 2015

One Direction want to work with Timberlake

Published 21/02/2013

One Direction
One Direction

One Direction want to collaborate with Justin Timberlake.

The heart-throb boy band were quizzed about their dream collaboration on the red carpet at the Brit Awards.

The five piece group and Justin were among the performers at the prestigious London event.

"Justin Timberlake. I don't care if he's not our [style] of music but I would love to collaborate with him,” band member Liam Payne told MTV News.

"Forget about JT, it's all about JC!" added Zayn Mailk, joking about the award show’s host James Corden.

The boy band, who include Harry Styles, Niall Horan and Louis Tomlinson, were awarded the Brit Global Success award at the show.

They also took to the stage to perform charitable single One Way or Another, which benefits charity Comic Relief.

The Blondie cover has just been named the most successful Comic Relief single ever, much to the boys delight.

"It feels amazing,” enthused Liam about the single’s success. “But we just want to keep it going and keep it rolling and keep it doing better."

The video for the new single is due to air this week.

Meanwhile, Justin also took to the stage at the Brits to perform his new song Mirrors.

The dapper singer wore a suit and tie and wowed the audience with the rendition.

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