London: The members of English pop band One Direction felt disappointed when their single 'Steal My Girl' didn't make it to number one spot on Britain's music charts.
One Direction. Pic/Santa Banta
The band, which comprises of members Niall Horan, Zayn Malik, Liam Payne, Harry Styles and Louis Tomlinson, saw their latest single listed at number three last month and though they were upset not to top the singles chart, they think Meghan Trainor's "All About That Bass" deserved to take the number one position, reports contactmusic.com.
In a combined interview with Britain's OK! Magazine, Tomlinson said: "'Steal My Girl' didn't go to number one and we were gutted to be honest. But that's just the way it is -- there's tough competition out there. 'All About That Bass' is just a monster".
Niall Horan added: "I'm all about that bass."
Despite felling gutted, the 'You & I' group has never fail to be astonished by the support of their fans.
"Everything we do, the fans are so incredibly supportive. Going into an album you think, 'We've had such incredible support over the past three albums, surely this won't be received on the same level. But they do," Tomlinson said.
Malik added: "That's why it amazes us even more, because it's persistent."
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