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One Direction emotional tour

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One Direction emotional tour

One Direction got "very emotional" at the end of their tour.

The 'Steal My Girl' hitmakers are preparing to embark on a two-year hiatus and found it "bromantic" bonding together as they said goodbye to their fans at their 'On the Road Again' shows.

Liam Payne said: "We did get very emotional, obviously a lot of the songs that will be the last time we'll sing them for awhile.

"It was a great night with the fans, it was bromatic."

The quartet's new album is called 'Made in the AM', which Liam explained is due to their preference for working "very late at night".

Speaking on 'Good Morning America', he said: "We make a lot of our music very late at night, never very early, we're lazy people."

During their appearance on the show, the band performed new track 'Love You Goodbye', with Louis Tomlinson - who wrote the track - admitting it had a cheeky meaning.

He said: "It's kind of about you know when you get to the end of a relationship and you want to meet up one last time, you know what I'm saying."

Harry Styles explained the rest of the group - which also includes Niall Horan - don't have too much input into a track once it has been written by one of their bandmates.

He said: "I think sometimes when someone's written a personal song, you kind of want to leave that alone, you don't want to change it too much."