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One Direction 'emotional' after playing final show before hiatus

The group played their last gig in Sheffield on Saturday (October 31)

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One Direction have sent messages to fans after playing their final live show ahead of their upcoming hiatus.

The boy band will release their fifth album 'Made In The AM' on November 13, having previously announced that they will take a break after years of touring.

Following over 80 shows in 20 countries, the pop group played their final gig of their On The Road tour in Sheffield on Saturday (October 31).

The fourpiece uploaded a video to Twitter following the show, with singer Louis Tomlinson telling fans: "We just want to say a massive thank you to every single fan who has come and watched us on tour. We love you and you have made this tour for us, so thank you".

Bandmate Niall Horan added in a series of tweets: "safe to say last night was incredible. Gona miss doing shows for a while , it's the best part of what we do thats why it was emotional... Thank you anyone who has come to watch us live over the last few years, it's incredible to be able to play our music live for you".

Harry Styles meanwhile tweeted: "We have been very lucky to work with an amazing crew throughout the last five years of touring. To all of you, thank you for everything... To everyone who came out to see us on tour, thank you for having us. You've been our everything out there, and we love you. Thank you."



Following the release of their new album, One Direction will continue their press and band commitments until March 2016 before taking a break.

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