They are arguably the biggest act in music at the moment, and probably the most desired as well. The guys of One Direction have melted hearts across the world with their undeniable charm, boyish good looks and catchy songs.
And now, Zayn, Louis, Harry, Niall and Liam are getting personal in the November issue of Seventeen magazine, opening up about their upcoming sophomore album, [article id="1694876"]Take Me Home,[/article] their road to success and, of course, their love lives.
Harry Styles, who has become known as the "ladies' man" of the group, confessed to Seventeen that he is not the womanizer the media portrays him to be. "I wouldn't say I'm girl-crazy, because that makes me sound like a bit of a womanizer," Styles said. "That isn't really me. But I am quite flirty — maybe too flirty. I'm an 18-year-old boy, and I like to have fun."
The proclaimed "bad boy" in the group, or "misunderstood" as Zayn Malik likes to call it, confessed that honesty is the way to his heart. "Some girls like to say one thing and mean another. And me being who I am, I'm very straightforward," Malik said. "Everything is very black and white for me. I don't really like playing mind games."
Of course, Seventeen asked Niall Horan all about those [article id="1693874"]Demi Lovato dating rumors[/article], and he's still insisting that they are "good friends."
"The nice thing about Demi is, once you know her, she's really, really beautiful," Horan said. "We became good friends. It's so crazy that she can be so honest about everything she's gone through. She has a fantastic attitude. If I ever needed anything or needed to talk to anybody, I think Demi would be the person to talk to."
Liam Payne recently broke up with girlfriend Danielle Peazer, whom he met back in 2010 on the set of the U.K. "X Factor," and he opened up to the magazine about the heartbreaking split. "I am really devastated by the breakup with Danielle," Payne said. "We had an amazing time together, but unfortunately sometimes things don't go as you planned."