Castle On The Hill Ed Sheeran
20 February 2012, 21:02
The 'One Thing' stars and their followers come together to show support following incident earlier today.
One Direction were mobbed by fans as they left the Paris Gare Du Nord train station in France earlier today (20th February).
The 'Gotta Be You' star's French fans and followers from around the the world immediately took to Twitter to offer their thoughts on the incident with some calling it "terrifying".
However, Niall took to his social networking account a short while ago to let his fans know he and the band were fine and wanted everyone to show support to each other.
He tweeted: "all directioners united..everyone stick together! we're all in this together.. wohoo"
"these things happen..part of what its about..it was really cool today in paris, and as directioners always do ..come out in hundreds.."
"if i ever look nervous..its coz i hate tight spaces..but dont worry , its all cool on my ends"
Harry Styles also commented on the event, he wrote: "Hahaha Liam lost his shoe in the station. That was crazy!! Thanks for coming to see us."
"Had a sick day in France today. The fans were #crazy! Thanks to everyone who came to say hi :) x," added Zayn.
The hashtag #AllDirectionersTogether quickly became a worldwide trend after many were initially upset at the way in which the group were greeted.
Meanwhile, the band will head to the BRIT Awards 2012 tomorrow (21st February) as their track 'What Makes You Beautiful' is nominated for Best British Single at the event.
The former X Factor stars recently confessed that they were glad to be attending the ceremony and didn't have to worry about performing in front of such stars as Coldplay and Adele.
You can watch a fan video of One Direction being mobbed by fans in France below: