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25 October 2012, 11:33
The 'One Thing' singers can be seen in the hilarious promo criticising the sports star for his "monotone" voice.
One Direction can be seen starring in a new behind-the-scenes video where they create a supergroup with NFL star Drew Brees.
The 'Gotta Be You' singers teamed up with the sports star for a new Pepsi commercial which aired earlier this month, and can be seen criticising Drew's suggestion they join forces to create "1DB".
"There's a gap in the market for a sports star turned pop star, but I'm just not sure whether it's for him," Liam Payne can be seen revealing.
"It's awful. He's too big, he takes up too much space, and he can't hold a tune," added Harry Styles.
The American football star seemed oblivious to the negative comments from the band as he spoke to camera about how well the collaboration was going.
"It's awesome being in the band," the 33 year-old star says. "It seems like we're just becoming even more popular since I joined."
"He has a very monotone sounding voice," adds Zayn Malik with Louis admitting he's struggling to cope having six members in the group.
You can watch One Direction in the hilarious video starring Drew Brees below:
Meanwhile, the band are preparing to head out on a new world tour in early 2013 in support of their forthcoming second studio album 'Take Me Home'.
The boys are also set to unveil their new single 'Little Things' after shooting the music video for the track earlier this month.