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One Direction Release 3rd Teaser of 'Kiss You' Music Video

January 5, 2013 (2:15 am) GMT
The British-Irish boyband drive convertibles and motorcycles in the 3rd of a 5-part series teaser.

Directioners will have to wait only 3 more days before they can finally see the full length music video of 's single "Kiss You". The boyband have released the third installment of their 5-series teaser as fans eagerly await the group's upcoming video premiere. The latest clip shows behind-the-scenes shots of the boys as it tags the soon-to-debut "Kiss You" as "the music video blockbuster that's going places."

The latest teaser shows the boys, , , , and , driving convertibles and riding motorcycles as they are being shot in front of a big green screen. The short clip shows the guys with their funny antics, making goofy stunts and obviously having fun shooting the video that will premiere on Vevo on January 7.

Just a couple of days ago, the British-Irish boyband came out with the first teaser where they were dressed in sailor outfits, inspired by the 1945 movie "Anchors Aweigh" that starred the late greats, Gene Kelly and . The next day saw the teen music stars dressing up like "The King" in his "Jailhouse Rock" hit back in the 50s.

Directed by One Direction's "Live While We're Young" and "Little Things" music video director Vaughan Arnell, the "Kiss You" video promises to be the goofiest one the band and has turned out to be the boys' favorite.



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