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25 October 2012, 07:58 | Updated: 25 October 2012, 09:16
The 'Live While We're Young' stars could be set to follow in the footsteps of Justin Bieber as they plot their latest jaunt.
One Direction could be set to pull out all the stops on their upcoming 2013 world tour after it was revealed they are teaming up with magician Dynamo for the jaunt.
The 'What Makes You Beautiful' stars will hit the road at the end of February in London and want to make their tour a "spectacular affair" with the help of the British illusionist.
"Dynamo met the guys as a couple live in the same complex as him," an inside source told the Daily Mirror. "They've been blown away by what he does.
"They love his levitating tricks and when he walked on water across the Thames last year."
If Dynamo joins forces with the group, he will echo a similar team-up earlier this year between Justin Bieber and US star David Blaine – as the pair collaborated for the Canadian's recent 'Believe' tour.
The five-piece boyband will be heading out on the new outing in support of their second studio album 'Take Me Home', which is released next month.
Their forthcoming single 'Little Things' was also written by close friend Ed Sheeran who told Capital it is a change of style for the group.
The 'Lego Hoiuse' man also admitted the track contains one of his favourite ever lines he's written.