There were five, and then there were four, and now there are none: One Direction is officially herstory, or at least until they end their “hiatus”—which, as anyone who’s ever been in a failing relationship knows, is just code for pulling off the band-aid real slow.
Since news of One Direction’s planned hiatus was announced, two of the boy band’s members have spoken up. Niall Horan went first, using Twitter to quell rumors of the band’s split.
One Direction fans will have to start planning their mourning attire. Just a couple of days after they were launched into outer space in the video for the song, “Drag Me Down,” One Direction has reportedly decided to take at least a year off to focus on solo projects. The hiatus will begin in March 2016.
It's been sort of a lackluster fall pilot season, I feel. Super Fun Night is mildly blah, love of my life Michael J. Fox's return to the screen has been mixed and I keep forgetting to watch Mom because CBS isn't on Hulu (and that's about as uncreative a name for a show as you can get). So the news that NBC has, in …