One Direction Final Group Gig Will Be At Super Bowl 50? Harry Styles Ready For Solo Career
One Direction (1D) is set to have their “extended hiatus” five months from now, but it seems like their final gig won’t be their “On The Road Again” tour. Read on for more details.
In the 50th year celebration of the world’s biggest sporting event, NFL bosses are now in talks on having a “superstar line-up,” and it was rumored that 1D will be the night’s main performer.
According to reports, 1D is rumored to be one of the top list performers in the “Super Bowl 50” this coming February 2016. Yogether with other acts, they will be entertaining 120 million TV audience around the globe.
A source from Daily Star also reported that since NFL bosses want to have a superstar line-up, the band was highly considered since it will be a huge step for them as they are set to split in March 2016.
“Super Bowl 50” lands a date in February, one month before 1D members step-out to focus on their solo careers. Based on the source, if the group will perform at the event, it would certainly be unforgettable which will serve as their “ultimate” way to say goodbye to their fans.
Moreover, it is also said that aside from 1D, Coldplay and Bruno Mars are also in talks to perform since the event is said to be more like a mix of pop and rock.
On the other hand, The Sun (via Mail Online) revealed that it looks like someone from 1D will have a head start in producing his songs shortly after the band split next year, and it’s none other than the youngest member of the band, Harry Styles.
The site revealed that the 21-year-old singer “has already written and recorded 20 songs for his solo.”
A source claimed that Styles “has been writing constantly” whenever he’s on the road and when he’s doing his own thing.
“Some of what he’s written in the past has been given to the band. But he’s been working hard on creating his own sound,” the source added.
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