updated - June 26, 2019 Wednesday EDT
Following the news of bands One Direction and Fifth Harmony clubbing together, 1D member Niall Horan is spotted at the Reflection tour show in London, J-14 reported.
"Niall with fans at the Fifth Harmony concert tonight #5," Twitter user Niall Updates posted on Nov. 4, showing an image of Niall Horan giving fans and concert goers a chance for picture taking.
This recent spotting fueled rumors that One Direction is doing a collaboration with their fellow "X-Factor" alum Fifth Harmony. One Direction will be releasing a new album very soon, "Made in the A.M.," and Fifth Harmony is working with their sophomore album. So fans of both bands are excited with the possibility that a collaboration will be featured in either upcoming albums.
On Nov. 2, One Direction members Liam Payne, Louis Tomlinson and Niall Horan, after their "On the Road Again" World Tour finale, met up with Fifth Harmony ladies Ally Brooke, Camila Cabello, Dinah Jane Hansen, Lauren Jauregui and Normani Hamilton and went clubbing to Cirque le Soir.
Recently, a report from The Inquisitr tackled the question, "Can Fifth Harmony Fill The One Direction-Shaped Hole in Pop Music?" The report discussed about the many similarities One Direction and Fifth Harmony share. Both bands' careers were shaped by "X-Factor" and Simon Cowell. They ended third in their batches in "X-Factor" and started as solo acts for the show, failed at one point and eventually grouped together. They also have five members in the band, although Zayn Malik recently quit One Direction.
The differences of One Direction and Fifth Harmony, on the other hand, are gender and popularity, The Inquisitr highlighted. Each One Direction member has over 20 million followers while Fifth Harmony's most followed member is Camila Cabello with only over 2 million followers.
The article concluded that to fill in the hole One Direction will leave on their hiatus, Fifth Harmony will still have a long way to go. After their finale show for "On The Road Again" tour and the release of their new album, One Direction will be taking a rest next year. Meanwhile, Fifth Harmony promised fans that their next album will show an "entirely different side" of the band.
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