Taylor Swift went on the most adorable date with One Direction barely a week into her rumoured relationship with Harry Styles. They all went to New York’s Hudson Hotel after 1D’s show at Madison Square Garden for KARAOKE!!
You’d think after singing all day they’d be sick of it by the evening (or at least want to preserve their voices) but we’re not complaining… We ARE, however, a little envious at the lucky crowd that got to witness the budding love of youth and get a free show from the singers. (I can’t imagine singing in front of them if I was there though!)
Some Directioners are already shipping Harry and Taylor (Haylor) but the 1D singer seems to be pretty happy. He tweeted about the night:
According to AZ Central, here’s what they sang:
“Islands in the Stream” — Taylor and Harry
“I Want It That Way” — One Direction full-band
“Ice Ice Baby” — Taylor & 1D Read more…
You can barely hear them sing over the loud screams of fangirls, but One Direction teamed up with Ed Sheeran to perform the very song he wrote for them, “Little Things.” It all went down last night at NYC’s Madison Square Garden. Sheeran surprised fans midway through 1D’s performance by coming on stage, sitting with the guys and sharing a solo with Harry Styles.
The best part of the video is the reaction from surprised fans. Their screams quickly turns demonic as they start confirming the facts with each other: “That’s him! THAT’S HIM! OMG. NOOOO WAY!!!”
They were probably thinking:
And their excitement came out like this:
That’s how we’re feeling right about now too. What do you think of the performance?
Watch it here
English rocker Ozzy Osbourne will join heavy metal band Metallica on stage for their upcoming concert to honour the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame’s 25th anniversary in New York City, CHARTattack reports.
The show will take place on Oct. 30 at Madison Square Garden. The event will also feature performances from U2, Aretha Franklin and Eric Clapton. Another show, being held the day before, will feature Simon & Garfunkel, Stevie Wonder, Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band, and Crosby, Stills, Nash & Friends. All of the event’s performers are members of the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame.
Metallica were inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame in April, along with Jeff Beck and Run DMC. Osbourne was inducted into the Hall Of Fame in 2006 along with Black Sabbath.
In other news, at their two sold-out shows last month at Montreal’s Bell Centre, Metallica set a new record for the venue’s highest paid attendance ever.