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Zayn 'hops fence to make VMAs party'

Published 01/09/2015

Zayn Malik
Zayn Malik

Zayn Malik reportedly "hopped over a fence" to get into an MTV VMA party.

The ex-One Direction star made his way to the Republic Records bash following Sunday night's MTV awards show, but it seems everyone else had the same idea.

It was the night's biggest party, and 22-year-old Zayn was reportedly forced to get in any way he could.

"So many people were trying to get inside that he jumped the fence. There were paparazzi out front and the venue wouldn’t open the gate in back for his car to pull in, so he just hopped over (the wall) and came on in on his own," a source divulged to New York Daily News' Confidenti@l column.

But instead of being berated for his actions, the insider reveals he was applauded.

"Partygoers and the Republic team didn’t mind — they were impressed with his athletic skills,” the source laughed.

Other stars at the party included Taylor Swift, who "held court" and celebrated her wins with pals Selena Gomez, Hailee Steinfeld and Lily Aldridge.

Guests, including showbiz couples Joe Jonas and Gigi Hadid and Kylie Jenner and Tyga, got stuck into food from an In-N-Out Burger van parked inside.

Partygoers also spotted Joe's younger brother Nick getting close with Selena. The two were rumoured to be dating earlier this year after allegedly enjoying a dinner date in July.

"[They were] very close," a source told Page Six.

“They were very flirty. He kept whispering in her ear."

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