One Direction: 'If we think of our careers falling apart, that day will probably come sooner'
Boyband One Direction have admitted that while the longevity of careers similar to theirs is often fairly short, they don't want to focus on it because it could be self-destructive.
During an interview with NPR, the lads explained that being fixated on the point where the rug could be effectively pulled out from under them is the worst thing they could do because it would shed a negative light over their day-to-day business, so they choose not to think about it
Member Harry Styles said: "I think it is important that we kind of keep our heads screwed on and keep looking forward. If we're always looking at when the end's gonna come, it'll probably end up coming sooner. We're not going to enjoy it if that's how we look at this experience. To look at it as a ticking clock would be crazy."
It has also now been confirmed that the One Direction heartthrobs will record the 2013 Comic Relief single, which will be a cover of Blondie's 'One Way Or Another'. In an official statement, Styles revealed that they're all excited to help such a fantastic cause:
"We have grown up with Comic Relief and taken part in lots of Red Nose Days at school so we were thrilled to be asked to do this year's Red Nose Day single. It's such an honour for us. We can't wait to perform our version of this iconic pop song and raise as much money as possible for this incredibly important cause that is really close to our hearts."
Watch One Direction perform 'Little Things' at Madison Square Garden here:
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