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One Direction en route to being the first billion-dollar boyband Photo by: Getty

One Direction performs private concert for lucky fans

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One Direction en route to being the first billion-dollar boyband Photo by: Getty

One Direction, who are wrapping up their 2013 tour soon and already preparing for their stadium tour next year, must have calendars packed with dates and events that need attendance.

That being said, that isn't enough to stop them from embracing their fans at every opportunity they get. The boyband held a private show for a handful of lucky fans in Los Angeles earlier this week, performing an acoustic set and taking questions from the group of fans who were able to make the list.

At the show, they took pictures with fans, fielded their questions, and posed with their 1D dolls, which apparently look very little like the icons they are supposed to represent.

It's doubtful that this will vex the boys, who are on track to billionaire-status earnings. In a quote from the Irish Mirror, Niall Horan's brother has said that no matter what happens with the money the band makes, he thinks that Niall "will cope with whatever happens," and that, "Niall doesn't spend that much money or talk about money."

Apparently, according to Greg Horan, money just isn't "a big thing in [Niall's] life." He continued, saying that, "Obviously it's amazing if the band go on to make a billion in a year and I for one hope they do."

At the same time, Greg is confident that "it will not change Niall."

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