One Direction Needs Fan Votes As 1D Playlist Perfected

One Direction fans have been missing their favorite band, but it does not mean that they have broken up… and now they need fans to help them win another award.

In addition to needing fan votes, One Direction is asking Directioners to help them perfect their weekend playlist on Spotify by selecting their favorite songs, according to a June 7 Twitter post.

Although they have been on vacation since January, One Direction has still been winning awards and recently took a trophy at the Billboard Music Awards.

Now, there is a new way for One Direction to win an award, and the way they win it is with votes tweeted by fans. Specifically, One Direction tweeted the following instructions.

“1D are nominated for @TicketMaster Best Live Act at this year’s Silver Clef Awards! Vote by tweeting #BLAOneDirection to @NordoffRobbins1.”

Adding to this, Billboard asks One Direction fans on June 8 to vote on a poll for which song from Made In the A.M. 1D should release next as a single.

This follows the recent announcement that One Direction’s song “History” has gone platinum, according to Tiger Beat.

In another instance, Dover-Sherborn High School’s a cappella group covered One Direction’s “Walking in the Wind,” according to Wicked Local Dover.

In the end, One Direction should be glad that they are not suffering like Ed Sheeran. According to Reuters, Ed Sheeran is currently in a legal battle to the tune of $20 million for copyright infringement charges for the song “Photograph.”

As far as the future of One Direction, Andy Samberg recently seemed to suggest that there might need to be another movie about 1D because he felt the 2013 film This Is Us was so good.

As it appears, after researching One Direction’s film for his movie Popstar, Andy Samberg says the cast “walked out of the film as One Direction fans,” according to Glamour.

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