It's official, One Direction cannot be stopped.
The band has been on hiatus for over a year now, but they just won the British Video of the Year Award for their "History" music video at the 2017 BRIT Awards. This is an incredible accomplishment considering all four of these guys are busy doing their own solo work at the moment. The award is voted on by the fans and Directioners just proved that their love for the boys isn't going away anytime soon.
Liam Payne was at the BRIT Awards on behalf of the entire band to accept the award and he looks hot AF. No really, Payno actually looks glowing and we can't tell if this is because they just won or if he's about to be a daddy. Regardless, Liam gave the cutest speech ever and gave the fans lots of love and respect.
Without Directioners, One Direction would not be winning awards 64 weeks after they announced their hiatus! Liam said, "I know I speak on behalf of the rest of the boys and we cannot believe we are still winning these and the sheer devotion our fans have showed online for this is absolutely amazing. So, thank you very much, we've been taking a bit of time out and working on our solo material but you know One Direction is who we are and it's who we always will be and this one's for you so thank you very much."
Vídeo de Liam recibiendo el brit por British Video 😭 pic.twitter.com/DyKYAWSB0Y
— One Direction México (@Official1DMex) February 22, 2017
Ahhh! How amazing does he look?? We can not stop staring. Liam also tweeted and said, "Wow this is incredible we really are the greatest team the world has ever seen… when history becomes your future ???."
Wow this is incredible we really are the greatest team the world has ever seen… when history becomes your future 🤔😱👀
— Liam (@LiamPayne) February 22, 2017
And Liam wasn't the only one that was grateful! Louis Tomlinson posted a video on Twitter about the whole thing and again thanking the fans who got him to this point in his life.
Loads and loads of love !!! pic.twitter.com/TZ3BgAiQhF
— Louis Tomlinson (@Louis_Tomlinson) February 22, 2017
Niall Horan, of course, chimed in as well.
— Niall Horan (@NiallOfficial) February 22, 2017
We're still waiting on Harry Styles to speak up, but it's safe to say the boys will be forever grateful. And yes, this sure did make history!
What do you think about the win? Let us know in the comments below!