Louis Walsh: ‘One Direction won’t get behind together for 10 years’
August 25, 2016 - one direction
The “hiatus” One Direction went on in Jan will spin into a long-term break, says X Factor decider Louis Walsh.
Walsh, who managed child bands Westlife and Boyzone before fasten Simon Cowell as a decider on a ITV talent show, told The Telegraph that One Direction would not be returning to a theatre any time soon.
Speaking about a child band, who were combined by Cowell during a X Factor in 2010, Walsh said, “they were a best things to come out of a X cause financially”.
Walsh stressed that One Direction’s time was during an end, observant that with regards to their reunion, “it’s not going to happen, nope. No, really not.”
He added: “It’s over, they had their run, all over. It’s finished and it was an extraordinary career.”
When asked if One Direction would get behind together in a year – it’s rumoured that a organisation will reunite in mid-2017 – Walsh said: “No, maybe in 10 years”.