THERE was only One love yesterday after Britain’s biggest boy band hit Scotland.
One Direction rolled into town for three sellout gigs in Glasgow.
The boys – Harry Styles, Louis Tomlinson, Niall Horan, Zayn Malik and Liam Payne – were mobbed by fans everywhere they went.
Screaming girls laid siege to their hotel and waited overnight in the cold just to get a glimpse of their heroes.
And the band admit they’re loving all the attention. Louis, 18, said: “The best thing about Scotland are the people and the One Direction fans.
“You really are the best. We would love to spend more time in Scotland and we are going to try our hardest to do just that.”
Harry admitted the fans have been amazing on their UK tour and bombard them with bizarre things, including Haribo sweets, when they are on stage. He said: “They get really involved.”
As well as playing the Clyde Auditorium last night, X Factor finalists One Direction will play a matinee show today and another gig later tonight.
Pals Samantha Egan and Hayley Milligan, both 17 and from Glasgow, are among the most devoted fans, although it is really all about Harry.
Samantha, who has a Harry doll, said: “I love everything about him. It’s not just his look or his music, it is everything.
“We’ve met him a few times and we are here just to get another chance to see him.”
Hayley added: “A lot of our friends give us a slagging for it but it’s worth it.”
The boys – whose debut hit What Makes You Beautiful has been nominated for a Brit for best single – arrived on Thursday and celebrated Zayn’s 19th birthday at Glasgow’s Sugar Cube.
Club manager Richard Cook said: “They were very friendly and had a great time.”
Listen to the full chat with Romeo on In:Demand on Radio Clyde 1 on Monday from 7pm.