One Direction singer Liam Payne left red faced after cab driver switches off 'One Way Or Another' One Direction Tickets

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One Direction singer Liam Payne left red faced after cab driver switches off 'One Way Or Another'

Photo: Comic Relief/PA

One Direction singer Liam Payne was left red faced yesterday (March 25) when a cab driver switched off the boyband's Blondie cover of 'One Way Or Another'.

The singer was on his way to a football match at Stamford Bridge in a taxi with his friend when the incident took place, reports Unreality TV. His friend Andy wrote on his Twitter account:

In a taxi with @Real_Liam_Payne then 'One Way Or Another' came on, after about 30 seconds the taxi man changed station. Laughing to bad lol. Never laughed so much in my entire life, my chest hurts and I thought I was having a heart attack. It was mad!


The boyband covered the track for Comic Relief last month. They have since scored a Number One hit with the single. This is the third embarrassing incident for the band in the space of a month. Singer Harry Styles recently confessed to being a Labour supporter despite David Cameron appearing in the video for 'One Way Or Another'. Styles also got hit in the crotch by a fan who threw a shoe at him by accident. You can view footage of that incident by scrolling down below.


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