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One Direction Give Pro Performance at U.S. 'X Factor'

November 9, 2012 (6:39 am) GMT
The former contestants of the British edition of the talent search show give an amazing performance of their new hits and wow their American fans.

British boyband did not fail to make the ladies shriek and go on to a wild hysteria when they performed in the "" results show on Thursday, November 8. The boys opened the show with two of their big hits from the new album, "".

1D opened the show with the upbeat pop tune "Live While We're Young" where they had an elaborate display of props from phone booths, balloons, and a lot of dancing moves. Before their second performance, the show treated the live audience to a video montage of One Direction's first auditions in the British edition of the talent show.

The super group then went on stage again to perform their newest -penned single "Little Things", which is a nice, sweet ballad. The boys gave a heartfelt acoustic rendition of the song while calmly seated on sound speakers under the dramatic stage spotlights. Even in this mellow and almost solemn performance, The Directioner's yells and screams still echoed throughout the venue.

One Direction were formed back in 2010, when music producer and "The X Factor" judge, assembled the five members, , , , and during the seventh series of the British singing competition.

"Live While We're Young":


"Little Things":


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