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UK Directioners are in for a MAJOR treat once Saturday rolls around!!!
One Direction will be putting on an exclusive show in Manchester on April 20th, 2013 and they’re going to be giving away thousands of tickets!
So just how can you nab one lucky spot at the concert?!
The Sun will be printing five different tokens until October 11th, with the first one appearing in TV Magazine this Saturday!
Check out a behind the scenes look (above) from the boys’ mag shoot!
However, the tickets are NOT free — those who collect the five tokens have to send in an application form, along with the tokens for a chance to win a pair!
Then, the special fans chosen must pay £9.50 for each ticket to confirm, which is why the boys are holding up the numbers in the pic (below)!
It’s like Willy Wonka… only instead of touring the chocolate factory, you get some British
man boy candy to enjoy! Ha!
Awwwwwwwwwww (with a thousand w's!)!!
They're SO CUTE together!
They're probably being hounded by all the paps in this cute little moment, but we're glad that's not stopping them from going out for a bite to eat!
We're not totally sure what happened after this — though we can pretty much assume that Michelle hopped on Jason's hog, and then they rode off into the sunset.
That happens in real life, right??
[Image via WENN.]
Ohhhhh Colin Ferrell — you're in the best shape of your life right now!
Just look at you glisten… the sun catches your muscles in the most delicate of ways!
How'd you get so sweaty??
Wait, don't tell us. Ummm — you were learning how to alligator wrestle.
How about hip hop dancing? Handstands? Digging holes? Waiting for lottery numbers?
Running though our minds all day?
We refuse to believe it's because you've been in the sun while on a beach.
Maybe we'll get a straight answer from your sister, since she's been around you the whole time you've been in Cancun.
[Image via FameFlynet Pictures.]
It DOES seem like every time someone flips out over how major a solar flare is, or anything else to do with the sun for that matter, it ends up not really being bad at all.
But when we hear how HUGE this sunspot is that's forming on the sun's surface… we tend to not take it so lightly!
The spot has a diameter of 60,000 miles and is many times that of the Earth's which is just under 8,000 miles across. It's even possible to view with home telescopes.
Don't do that, though, unless your 'scope is fitted with sun filters to prevent permanent eye damage. Duh!
A huge solar flare is being predicted because of the spot — one that will have a burst of radiation travelling at up to 5million mph right towards us.
Unfortunately something like that could cause magnetic storms, which could disrupt satellites and electricity grids.
There's also no specific timeline for this to occur. During the next two years, though, they're expecting the number of sunspots visible on the sun to reach a maximum!
Space is cray!
[Image via NASA.]