After the big reveal last week that they're releasing FOUR in November and giving us "Fireproof" for free, One Direction just announced their first single off the upcoming album: "Steal My Girl."
"Steal My Girl" was written by Louis Tomlinson and Liam Payne, with Ed Drewett, Wayne Hector, Julian Bunetta, and John Ryan. The track will be available outside United Kingdom on September 29.
And speaking of stealing and a girl, did Ed Sheeran just admit that the song "Don't" was written about a 1D member (the online world is betting the guy's Niall Horan) stealing a girl from him (which speculations say is Ellie Goulding!)?
When Ed promoted his new album X on the Howard Stern Show, the British singer was asked by Howard without any hesitations! "It was a dude from One Direction, right?" the host asked.
Ed's reply? "The papers say a lot of things. I have kept my mouth shut about everything. I didn't really come out of that situation upset. I was just pissed off. I just thought it was a bit disrespectful."
He didn't deny it, you guys! You can listen to the interview below and formulate your own theories. LOL. (Note: The interview contains inappropriate language, so you've been warned.)