One Direction can't always get their own way as they found out when they hit Las Vegas this week when they were thrown out of Las Vegas casinos.
The band, all under 21, were chucked out of a number of Las Vegas casinos for being underage – no wild Hangover style parties for them then.
As if that wasn't bad enough Liam,Harry, Zayn, Niall and Liam had booked a suite in the city which they were told was the one where the movie 'The Hangover' was filmed but they later fount out the 2009 comedy was in fact filmed in Los Angeles.
A source told The Sun: “The boys were hoping to go wild in Vegas by boozing and gambling into the early hours.
“But security at every casino in town knew who the lads were and threw them out because the legal drinking and gambling age in the US is 21.''
“Finding out the hotel suite they had ordered wasn’t the one in The Hangover was also pretty annoying.”
All was not lost as their management paid up £16,000 to give them a night at Vegas hotel Palms with a suite that had its own hot-tub, pool table and basketball court half-court.
The 'What Makes You Beautiful' group continued their 'Up All Night' tour at a sold-out Gibson Amphitheatre earlier this week, with a set that included the hits from debut album.
The band also performed covers by the likes of of Amy Winehouse and Kings Of Leon throughout the show.
After the show, Niall Horan tweeted fans: ''LA... what an amazing day ..2 shows #boom! u guys were soo loud! thank yo.''
As at previous dates on the tour, One Direction were supported by Olly Murs, whose set included a rendition of 'Heat Skips A Beat'.
One Direction Bring The Roof Down On 'Up All Night' Tour