One Direction star Harry Styles has told how he and his bandmates have been "overwhelmed" with the support for them on the other side of the Atlantic.
The boys, who are currently touring the USA and Canada ahead of the release of their debut album, love their stateside fanbase!
"To come over here and see that so many people know all the songs on an album that isn't even out yet is unbelievable," Harry told The Sun today.
He continued: "Not many people get to do what we do in England, so for us to come over here and be able to perform to crowds like this is amazing and humbling."
Harry and his One Direction bandmates - Zayn Malik, Louis Tomlinson, Liam Payne and Niall Horan - rose to fame in 2010 after finishing third on The X Factor.
The group have already scored their first hit on the US charts with What Makes You Beautiful, and will release debut album Up All Night on March 14.
Harry added: "There is one girl who constantly messages us on Twitter. She has been at every hotel we have been to in America so far, trying to lure us on a night out."