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Formed less than a year ago, the One Direction tribute band calls themselves the 'most authentic One Direction lookalikes, soundalikes and impersonators on the market.'
Rumors of Horan quitting the boyband began to spread after Sugarscape's Twitter account was hacked and posted the fake report.
The hour-long special also sees the boys suprising fans and having a silly interview while riding the roller coaster at Universal Studio in Orlando.
Wearing cute sweaters, the British boyband and the show's host are joined by the members of The Roots to sing while playing instuments like drum, triangle and banana-shaped maraca.
Set to air on Wednesday, December 23, the NBC special called 'One Direction: The TV Special' will feature the boys' performance during a private concert last month and documentary-style interviews.
Niall Horan, Zayn Malik, Liam Payne, Harry Styles, and Louis Tomlinson play 'Night Changes' and 'Ready to Run' from their new studio installment.
Taran Killam keeps on proposing to the 'American Hustle' actress who later unleashes her inner fangirl over Louis Tomlinson and his bandmates.
Other international stars who took home awards at the event included Sia who won International Female Artist of the Year and International Song of the Year for 'Chandelier'.
Other winners at the awards event held at the Star Event Centre in Sydney, Australia include Iggy Azalea, Keith Urban, One Direction and 5 Seconds of Summer.
The British quintet became the first band to have all four of their releases debuting on the top of the chart.
Other winners at the just-wrapped awards show include Iggy Azalea, Katy Perry, Beyonce Knowles, Imagine Dragons, 5 Seconds of Summer and Sam Smith.
The British/Irish boyband wins Favorite Band/Duo/Group - Pop/Rock award while the Australian raptress' 'The New Classic' is named Favorite Rap/Hip-Hop Album.
The five boys take viewers to five different dates which all end up in disaster in the music video directed by Ben Winston.
The singer, who missed 1D's special concert on 'Today' show on Monday, November 17, joined his bandmates at a private gig at Orlando's Universal on Tuesday night.
Malik could not join his bandmates on the NBC show because of stomach bug, but host Matt Lauer asked the other boys if Malik's absence was related to drugs.