One Direction shoot new Midnight Memories music video on the top of Tower Bridge in London
The beautiful fivesome that make up One Direction were spotted hanging from Tower Bridge on Saturday night as they filmed scenes for their new video.
Harry Styles, Louis Tomlinson, Liam Payne, Niall Horan and Zayn Malik were seen standing on the infamous landmark as a helicopter filmed them from above.
Wrapped up in coats, jackets and cardigans, the boys looked as dapper as ever as they sang and danced above the city horizon and waved up at the chopper above.
The boys are filming for a song from their world-famous album, Midnight Memories.
The fit boybanders performed Midnight Memories on American version of The X Factor on Thursday.
1D sang their new track to the screaming crowd on the show finale in Hollywood.
Curly-haired heartthrob Harry looked particularly hunky and rugged in black skinny jeans, a black tee which showed off his growing collection of tattoos, and a bandana as he bounced around the stage, fist-pumped, and low-fived fans in the crowd.
At one point, the singer even gave Simon Cowell a little romantic bump and grind while the rest of the show judges got to their feet to rock along to the song.
The band jetted into Los Angeles after performing on the British version of the hit talent show on Sunday.
After seeing them perform, one fan wrote: "This time three years ago One Direction had just left the X Factor competition and now they're performing and the biggest band. I'm unstable."
Another ecstatic fan tweeted: "I just watched One Direction on the X Factor. Oh my gosh they are carved by angels????"
In fact, some One Direction fans were left so stunned by their love for the band's performance they completely lost track of the whole point of the X Factor - to find a new pop legend - and demanded the rest of the show be handed over to Harry Styles, Liam Payne, Zayn Malik, Louis Tomlinson and Niall Horan.
Speaking about their plans for the new year, Niall told X Factor host Dermot O'Leary: "We'll be back on tour in April. We go back to South America and we happen to be playing Wembley Stadium."
And on their plans for Christmas Harry joked he was looking forward to the break, saying: "We're absolutely sick of each other."