We're pretty sure Harry Styles will have had a grab of 12 inches of Louis Tomlinson - and now you can too! The official One Direction dolls have now launched meaning we can take hold of eeny weeny plastic versions of the boys, which is totally cool and not at all creepy.
Why, what did you think we meant?
Each doll will set you back £16.99, and is available from all the usual big name shops.
Will you be getting any?
JLS AND ONE DIRECTION TO PERFORM ON CHILDREN IN NEED
ALONG WITH SUSAN BOYLE. NATURALLY.
Two of our most favourite bands in the world ever have been confirmed to perform on BBC Children in Need this year.
JLS and One Direction will both take to the stage on November 18th to sing Take A Chance on Me and Gotta Be You (they should totes have a swap for a laugh) on BBC 1.
Other acts that will perform on the night include Westlife and The Children in Need Collective, who will give us a belt of this year's Children In Need single 'Teardrop'.
Emotional videos that will probably make us want to cry will be screened from Jessie J, Cheryl Cole and Kylie Minogue.
Tess Daly, Sir Terry Wogan, Fearne Cotton and Alesha Dixon will be the presenters.
JLS, Lady Gaga and more will be playing a Children In Need show in Manchester the day before, on November 17th
ONE DIRECTION VISIT DISABLED TEENAGER AT HOSPICE
One Direction are set to be appearing on Children In Need. However they've already been promoting the BBC Children in Need appeal having just visited a severely disabled teenager, Freya, and her friends at the Rainbows Hospice. They performed What Makes You Beautiful for them before meeting and chatting with everyone.
Wheelchair-user Freya suffers from Lennox Gastaut syndrome, a rare form of epilepsy which can inflict her with over 40 seizures a day. She also suffers from Rett syndrome and curvature of the spine. 17-year-old Freya is unable to walk or talk but her mum, Barbara Smyth, explained to the Burton Mail just how brilliant the boys and the day were:
“It was really, really nice. They [One Direction] were lovely and spoke to everyone, adults and children. It was not rushed and they did not want to go.
"Freya has a picture of her and Harry and she is really laughing.”
Not only did Zayn, Niall, Liam, Louis and Harry make Freya's day, Barbara hopes their visit will also show off the fantastic work Rainbows hospice - which cares for lifelimited and disabled youngsters - does.
She explained: "It’s great because it will raise awareness of Rainbows. Anything that highlights the charity and what it does has got to be good.”
One Direction's visit will be on The One Show tonight, reeeeally soon so get BBC1 on!
How sweet are One Direction *hearts are melting*? Are you behind Children in Need all the way this year? Comments below please!