One Direction May Never Reunite: Harry Wants Zayn Malik’s Solo Career, Not Talking To Louis Tomlinson

One Direction May Never Reunite: Harry Wants Zayn Malik’s Solo Career, Not Talking To Louis Tomlinson
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One Direction fans are quite upset with the news of the boyband not returning on stage any time before 2020. Is that because of the feud between Harry Styles and Louis Tomlinson?


According to Ok!, Louis Tomlinson and Liam Payne, Harry Styles and Niall Horan are enjoying themselves so much staying away from the spotlight that they are quite hesitant to come back soon. However, it’s bad news indeed for all One Direction fans if they will not be reuniting anytime sooner than 2020. That’s so far away!

There are also other reports that the group just might release something by 2018. But that is still too far away! A source told the Daily Star: “One Direction are not coming together in a year or even two. The fans have hoped that the group would honour their announcement of returning within 12 months.”

What’s worse is that the group might never reunite anymore. Not even on 2020! When Zayn Malik, 23 had walked away from One Direction for good to make his own album “Mind of Mine,” One Direction suffered a loss with the absence of the English lyricist and singer. Malik however managed to come out stronger. Reportedly, Harry’s manager wants that for him too.

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Moreover, pne can only wonder if the group is staying away from each other these days not because of the fun they are having at rest, or if they really are fighting with each other. Louis and Harry are not even on speaking terms as the rumor goes! “They weren’t talking at the end of the group and things have no eased. It may be a long time before that relationship gets better,” a source says.

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