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2 July 2013, 18:00
The 'Little Things' five-piece open up about all the paparazzi and fan attention they have in their lives.
One Direction say they will never get used to all the crazy fan attention they receive while saying they accept all the paparazzi focus as part of the deal.
The 'Live While We're Young' singers say they usually try to stay "under the radar" on Twitter to make sure fans can't always find out where the band are, to avoid situations like young fans mobbing them out in public.
"I don't think it's ever something we'll get fully used to," One Direction's Liam Payne revealed to Glamour this month. "We kind of try to stay under the radar and not tweet where we are.
"Me and Niall went out shopping in Amsterdam and literally every single shop we went into, they had to close the shop because there were so many people outside," he explained. "Some girl tried to pull my hair out, it's quite mad."
Fellow One Direction star Harry Styles also opened up about the huge amount of paparazzi attention the band receive, but says he doesn't worry about what they might take a snap of.
Check out One Direction's cover shoot for Glamour below (Credit: Matt Irwin/Glamour):
"People who know me know what's true and what's not," he explained, while Niall Horan added: "For me, it's not a massive trade-off, we've always wanted to do this so we're not complaining."
The 'Kiss You' singers have been taking their 'Take Me Home' tour across the US for the past month or so, and band member Harry Styles has been staying out in New York City this week.
One Direction launch new song 'Best Song Ever' on 22nd July before the release of their movie This Is Us next month.