One Direction News Roundup

According to Heat Magazine, the One Direction's Niall Horan has been pursuing 31-year-old Irish model and presenter Glenda Gilson for a while now, and even flirted his way through an interview with her. When she asked him about hooking up with any girls the night before, he replied: “No, I didn’t. You didn’t show up!”

The night she was referring to Horan had been out with his mates and texting Glenda trying to get her to come out. Glenda, who is “madly in love” with her boyfriend, told heat: “He’d been wanting me to go out, but I didn’t, as I don’t want to be the new Caroline Flack and be hated by every woman in the world. I refused to be that one.”

A source close to Niall told the mag: “He has the hots for her. He’d been having a few drinks with the band and, as the drinks flowed, he seemed increasingly determined to get Glenda out with him and his friends, but she was asleep at home!”

Even Niall himself is being strangely un-cagey about all this, admitting: “Yes, I had been trying to get hold of Glenda during the night, but she couldn’t come out in the end. It’s fine though, we’re good friends. We have a great craic together.”

Exhibit 1: Check out the insane chemistry in this interview:

Exhibit 2: Click here to see Niall back in December last year saying he wants to take Glenda on a date.

One Direction star Liam Payne has opened up about his split from girlfriend Danielle Peazer, stating he's concerned for her.

The Live While We're Young singer and Peazer - who met on the 2010 series of The X Factor where she worked as a backing dancer - called time on their romance last month.

Payne has now addressed their break up, telling Now magazine: "I've been trying to deal with it in private.

"I'm not so much worried about me - whatever happens I'll live and deal with it. I'm more concerned about Danielle because I don't want people harassing her for any reason."

He added: "Obviously she's got a lot on her mind without people saying things on the internet or going to her doorstep.

"She doesn't need that right now... I've asked for people to stay away from her as much as possible so she can deal with things."

The 18-year old also went on to slam those who targeted Peazer online during their relationship, telling the publication: "Twitter twists things a bit. People have a false sense of confidence behind a keyboard.

"Some of the things they say I just can't believe. I think, 'How can you say that? You wouldn't be able to say that to someone on the street, so why say it now?' But it's one of those things."

If you cast your mind back to the dawn of time, you may well remember that fling Rebecca Ferguson and Zayn Malik had on the X Factor tour.

It might have been a while ago, but apparently Ferguson has been left ''shocked'' after her One Direction ex recently spoke out about the relationship. Mainly because he seemed to imply that the whole thing was a bit of a mistake.

Although the Bradford Bad Boy never spoke up about the split at the time, Rebecca has been quoted as saying that they didn't end things on the friendliest of terms.

But even so, she sounds pretty surprised about Zayn's feelings and the fact that he recently told Now that their entire relationship ''shouldn't have happened''.

“I was so shocked by what he said," she told New.

“I’m not going to retaliate. All I will say is that there have been a lot of things said and he knows so far that I’ve stayed classy and quiet and bitten my lip.

"I’m not one to reveal big secrets about what’s gone on in a relationship, and I think he was probably put up to this. I know him too well to think he’d say it deliberately.

"I won’t talk about what went wrong between us but he knows what happened. And it is what it is. At this point in my career and at my stage of life, I won’t expose what went on there," she added.

Harry Styles has plenty of spare change in his pocket - One Direction have just been placed 5th on the Young Rich List with a fortune of £26million.

The 18-year-old 1D hottie is also spending his cash wisely and to celebrate his mum Anne Cox's birthday, he's just bought her a new luxury four-bedroom house.

'Harry is really close to his mum Anne and loves being able to treat her to nice things,' says a family friend.

'This is a special gift for her, to say thank you for all the wonderful things she's done over the years.

'Anne's struggled with two divorces and being a single mother. Harry couldn't wait to give her the keys on her birthday as a massive thank you.'

Harry's mum returned from her charity trek to the top of Kilimanjaro on 4 October and will now be busy moving out of the former family home in Holmes Chapel, Cheshire where Harry grew up.

'Everyone in the village is talking about Anne leaving,' the source tells the Daily Star.

'She's moving further into the countryside in a four-bed luxury house with lots of land.

'Harry is a great lad and very much liked by everyone around the village.'

They are the biggest boy band in the world, but obviously One Direction's fans aren't as fond of football as they are of their beloved boys, as Louis Tomlinson found out yesterday.

The boybander organised a charity football match after buying his local pub team but the stadium was at half its capacity, despite the supposed draw of him playing on the pitch. In his shorts.

There were hundreds of empty seats at the Keepmoat Stadium as his team, the Three Horseshoes, took on Doncaster Rovers.

Previous reports had suggested that demand for tickets had been "mad", with 4,000 people in the booking queue when tickets were first released, but fans didn't appear to turn out last night.

However, Louis was undeterred as he demonstrated his fancy footwork, playing side-by-side with Robbie Fowler (he's a famous player so our pals on the sports desk tell us).

And of course the other 1D lads were on hand to show their support, as Harry Styles, Niall Horan and Liam Payne cheered on from the sidelines, later taking to the pitch for a post match kick about.

Despite missing it, Louis later scored the winning goal, with his team winning the match 2-1.

Sources 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5