One Direction Talk Tattoos, Knees and Wax Figures

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One Direction have bee one set of busy boys! Recently they went to see Madame Tussauds in order to have wax figures molded into them. They went in for the long process of measuring and making sure they got the details down. Hopefully that didn’t take too long for the boys, especially on the knees for Louis Tomlinson. He was recently seen around with crutches that made fans worried. He of course took to Twitter and addressed rumors by admitting his knee is injured but he is okay. However, he also apologized for not being able to jump up and down on stage due to his injury via the social network. Speaking of Twitter, the band recently made a blunder by asking fans to show off their own tattoos, which was the wrong thing to ask since most fans are considered underage for tattoos. They have since deleted that tweet, but not before it was captured by the media. You can read it below this paragraph, along with Louis’ tweet about his knee and you can view the video of the boys being modeled for the wax figures down below.

One Direction’s tattoo tweet-

Have a real #1D tattoo? Show us! Submit a 90 sec YouTube video to [email protected] and show us why you should be in the @1D3Dmovie!

Louis-

Knee hurts :(…Ah well f**k it . I apologise if I’m not jumping around on stage as much, stupid knee ! #kneedtogetbetter ( terrible joke)

Boy, they certainly have been busy and even getting some not so good media attention. I wonder what made them decide to send that tweet about the tattoos? I mean, they see their audiences at their shows, don’t they see most are still teens? Granted, their laws in the UK might be vastly different on tattoos, so that could be the reason why. However, with that being said I will say that I know what they tweeted was a blunder, but I don’t see why it is such a big deal. I am sure many of their fans will get tattoos when they are older, much like most of the last generation has.

How do you feel about the tweets and the future of their wax figures? I think that is fun for them, but I wonder how real they will look? It seems like Madame Tussauds is usually a hit or miss, so it is sort of hard to say without seeing them. However, with that being said I am going to try to hope for the best here and believe that they will look like the actual guys.

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Sarah Peel is a freelance writer/blogger who has written for many sites and is the owner of Miss Virtual Reality

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