Super group One Direction sang their new single Steal My Girl live in Albert Square to raise money for the BBC’s annual fundraiser – Children In Need.

 (C) BBC - Photographer: Jack Barnes
(C) BBC – Photographer: Jack Barnes

The group who have dropped their fourth LP, Fourth, sang Steal My Girl atop of the railway bridge in the middle of the market at the EastEnder’s set. The boys, Harry Styles, Niall Horan, Zayn Malik, Louis Tomlinson and Liam Payne laughed and joke and looked relaxed as they performed in front of a TV audience of millions.

 (C) BBC - Photographer: Jack Barnes
(C) BBC – Photographer: Jack Barnes

Liam encouraged fans to sing along to the hit song, whilst Zayn had issues with his in ear monitoring system.

 (C) BBC - Photographer: Jack Barnes
(C) BBC – Photographer: Jack Barnes

The BBC charity is now in its 30 year and aims to raise money for many worthwhile children’s charities in the UK.

Straight after the performance Tess Daley informed the audience that the totaliser was at over £7 million.

 (C) BBC - Photographer: Jack Barnes
(C) BBC – Photographer: Jack Barnes

Stalwart presenter Terry Wogan, was joined by numerous guest hosts including, Tess Daley, The Saturdays’ Rochelle and Nick Grimshaw.

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Last week Harry Styles caused much speculation surrounding his sexuality after he suggested that being female wasn’t an important trait in a potential partner.