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24 November 2011, 14:19
The 'What Makes You Beautiful' singer has paid tribute to the boy band's supportive fan base.
One Direction have thanked their "amazing" fans for their support of the band's debut album 'Up All Night'.
The 'Gotta Be You' singers starred in an ITV documentary last night (24th November) following their music career so far, and band member Harry Styles led several messages of appreciation to fans on Twitter.
"Hope everyone enjoyed the documentary! Thank you all so much for giving us this incredible opportunity. We love you," Harry tweeted yesterday.
"Thanks for everyone's support with the album. Keep it up! We have amazing fans, thank you so much all of you."
"It's been a massive year and we owe it all to you guys, without you we wouldn't have got to do all those fun things you saw tonight so thanks," Liam Payne posted.
Harry has been congratulated by the rest of One Direction for being the first member of the band to reach one million followers on Twitter.
Earlier this week One Direction filmed the music video for this year's The X Factor charity single 'Wishing On A Star' with both JLS and the show's 15 finalists.
One Direction have also recently signed a US label deal with Columbia Records and are scheduled to perform a string of dates stateside in 2012.
The band's debut album 'Up All Night', featuring the singles 'What Makes You Beautiful' and 'Gotta Be You', is available now.