After a big effort from Directioners on the day of "Steal My Girl"s release, One Direction reportedly broke the Vevo record for most views in 24 hours. However, Harry Styles dropped the news that the band didn't actually win it — and he sounds pretty upset.
The singer wrote, "Knock knock.. Who's there? 'A vevo record' a vevo record who? Only joking. Whoops."
While we understand his response, it's definitely a lot sassier than he normally is! We don't think he's seriously mad, though. He's probably just showing off his unique sense of humor.
Still, the singer thanked his fans for supporting them, and said their Directioners were still "legends" and "amazing." The rest of the guys agreed!
Shame about the record guys, you worked so hard and you’re still the best fans in the world!— One Direction (@onedirection) October 30, 2014
Shame about the record guys, you worked so hard and you’re still the best fans in the world!
Even if they didn't break the record with "Steal My Girl," they still have a shot with "Night Changes." With all the action that's been going on with Louis Tomlinson's "arrest" for the video, we're sure it will be a strong contender. Before One Direction "won" the record with "Steal My Girl," it was held by Nicki Minaj, so she's probably still the one to beat!
Are you surprised that 1D didn't beat the Vevo record? Tell us in the comments!