It's hard to believe that boyband cuties One Direction could be in anyones 'bad books' - however, back at February's Brit Awards, the boys' got on completely the wrong side of hit radio station Capital FM, after mistakenly thanking Radio 1 for their Brit Award, instead of Capital FM's listeners who voted for them. Ooooops!
The radio station then put a 'three month ban' on the band - after global executive president and founder Ashley Tabor was said to be extremely upset over the mishap and immediately ordered all One Direction songs to be removed from the playlists.
However, fear not - Directioners! The ban has now been lifted, so you can all listen to your fave band on Capital FM once more. Hurray!
Meanwhile, the boys' continued to be loved elsewhere, as they were greeted by adoring fans as they arrived in America on Sunday night (May 20). The group said a huge farewell to the UK and kicked off their US tour last night (May 22).
Niall filled fans in via Twitter before the show: "Just did a rehearsal for the 1st show tomorrow! Our first headline tour in the US cannot believe this, so excited."
However, UK fans don't fret - the lads will be back later in the year as the superstars have been confirmed as one of the headline acts at this year's iTunes Festival in September.
Check out 1D's 'One Thing' video below:
The boys bid an emotional farewell to their girlfriends at Heathrow airport...