Stephen Hawking might be every Directioner’s favorite physicist.
Over the weekend, the scientist made an appearance at the Sydney Opera House in holographic form, speaking about his life, ALS diagnosis, and how science can help the healing process of former band member Zayn Malik leaving.
A few days ago, news broke that rocked the world – Zayn Malik is leaving One Direction. Fans around the globe reacted to the heartbreaking news in a variety of ways, many crying for hours on end with tubs of ice cream. Noticing the need for people to take care of their emotional well-being, students at Boston University’s Center for Gender, Sexuality, and Activism (CGSA) decided to step in and plan Self Care Sunday: One Direction Feeling Sesh and Hemp Jewelry Making this Sunday, March 29.
It’s official: One Direction member Zayn Malik is leaving One Direction.
After being spotted at a U.K. club allegedly flirting with a woman who was not Perrie Edwards, his fiancee, the outrage and intense speculation began. While Malik originally planned rejoin the group in South Africa after a short stint away from their tour, the band released a statement today shedding light on their plans to go forth without him:
“After five incredible years Zayn Malik has decided to leave One Direction. Niall, Harry, Liam and Louis will continue as a four-piece and look forward to the forthcoming concerts of their world tour and recording their fifth album, due to be released later this year.”
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