Join Capital as we countdown to this year's Jingle Bell Ball by taking a look at how all the biggest names in hit music are preparing for the event at London's O2 Arena.
McFly Hope To Write With One Direction Again After 'Take Me Home' Collaborations
The 'Little Things' four-piece wrote several songs with the boy band for their latest album release.
The 'Love Is Easy' singer and his bandmates worked with One Direction on two tracks, 'I Would' and 'Irresistible', from their new album 'Take Me Home', and would love to get back in the studio with them again in the future.
"It's quite a selective process, writing for other bands," Tom Fletcher revealed to the Daily Star this week. "I don't want to write a song for just anyone."
The 'Obviously' singer explained that he wants the working relationship McFly and One Direction began over the summer can continue in the future.
"I only do it for people I really like because that's when you do your best work," Tom explained. "I hope the relationship we have with One Direction can continue."
The McFly singer went on to hail One Direction's first single 'What Makes You Beautiful" as being a "breath of fresh air" for pop music when it was released in September last year.
"It's perfect pop and you don't think about anything else," he added. "The new Taylor Swift single is the same."
Check out a picture of One Direction on stage at Madison Square Garden earlier this week below (Credit: Myrna Suarez):
One Direction performed live in Madison Square Garden in New York City on Monday (3rd December) and play day one (8th December) of the Capital FM Jingle Bell Ball 2012 this coming weekend.
The boy band star has reunited with the 'Obviously' four-piece to write a brand new song.
The 'One Thing' stars have announced details of their eagerly anticipated second record and follow up to 'Up All Night'.
See the pictures as Tom, Danny, Dougie and Harry take their UK tour to the Capital FM Arena, Nottingham.
McFly returned earlier this year with 'Party Girl', check out the video for the follow up single.