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One Direction competed in a dance battle against talk show host Alan Carr and his own “boy band,” The Alans, on Friday’s “Chatty Man.” Watch the video below!

Louis Tomlinson kicked things off by moving along to The Weeknd’s “Can’t Feel My Face.” Horan then showed off his breakdancing skills for to Salt-N-Pepa’s “Push It.” Harry Styles went up next, and proceeded to twist and twirl to Drake’s “Hotline Bling.” And finally, Liam Payne did a few handstands and flips for Sir Mix-A-Lot’s “Baby Got Back.”

After his performance, host Carr asked, “Liam how did you do that?,” to which the out-of-breath singer replied, “I think I tore my hamstring.” Carr then asked the audience to choose the winners of the battle by cheering, and we think you can guess who the victors were

As Gossip Cop reported earlier, One Direction got candid about a variety of topics during their interview on the British talk show. The group discussed such things as their upcoming hiatus, their gratitude for fans and even Harry Styles’ man bun. Also during the appearance, the band performed “History,” one of the songs from their latest album, Made in the A.M.

Watch One Direction and The Alans dance battle below, and tell Gossip Cop what you think.

One Direction ‘Alan Carr: Chatty Man’ Dance Battle
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