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12 November 2012, 11:59
The 'Live While We're Young' stars are said to have been asked to sing as a thank you to Malia and Sasha.
One Direction have reportedly been extended an "open invitation" to perform at the White House by US President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama.
The newly re-elected Democrat is said to be keen for 'What Makes You Beautiful' stars One Direction to give a special performance in the future, as a thank you to his daughters Malia and Sasha for their support during his presidential campaign.
"It's an open invitation for a date to be arranged that fits in with everyone's busy schedules," a source revealed to the Daily Star. "It's not every parent who can invite the hottest band in the world to their home.
"They will be the envy of girls across the world," they added.
Check out a picture of One Direction out and about in West Hollywood, California below (Credit: Splash):
The 'Live While We're Young' singers, who arrived back in the US recently, have also been posting thank you messages to their fans after picking up both Best New Act and Biggest Fans at the MTV Europe Music Awards 2012 (EMAs) last night (11th November) in Frankfurt, Germany.
"Wow I can't believe it! We won 2 awards at the EMA! Thank you zoo much for voting for us! We are buzzing," band member Niall Horan tweeted after the event, while Liam Payne also posted: "Thank you to everyone who voted for us at the EMAs! You are the best fans everrrr! Thank you for everything you guys do."
Over the weekend One Direction also appeared on The X Factor UK to give a performance of their brand new single 'Little Things'.
One Direction's new album 'Take Me Home' was officially released in the UK today.