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How did One Direction Breaks VEVO?

How did One Direction Breaks VEVO?

To beat the most watched record, ‘Drag Me Down’ needed to pass 20.1 million hits and it was just shy of this as it attracted an impressive 19,620,083 views. Instead, the heartthrobs broke the record for the most likes as their video racked up over one million in the first 24 hours of it’s release.

What day is 1D Day?

November 23, 2013
1D Day was an interactive livestream presentation to promote One Direction’s third album, Midnight Memories. It aired on November 23, 2013 and featured the band participating in games, interviews and live performances.

How many views did 1D get in 24 hours?

10.9 million views
More Stories by Jeremy. One Direction’s video for its “Best Song Ever” is breaking records just one day after release. Music video and entertainment platform VEVO announced Tuesday that within 24 hours of its release on the site yesterday, the video had garnered 10.9 million views.

What is 1D biggest hit?

1) One Direction – ‘What Makes You Beautiful’, 2011 Of course, it will be no surprise that One Direction’s all-time best-selling single ‘What Makes You Beautiful’ is the most watched music video.

When did directioners break Vevo?

One Direction have broken the 24-hour Vevo record with their new music video for Steal My Girl, which was released at 4pm on Friday, October 24.

Who holds the VEVO 24-hour record?

Taylor Swift
The 24-Hour Vevo Record, commonly referred to as the Vevo Record, is the record for the most views a music video associated with Vevo has received within 24 hours of its release. The video that currently holds this record is Taylor Swift’s “Me!” with 65.2 million views….

24-Hour Vevo Record

Where can I watch 1D day?

Where can I watch “1D Day”? The event will be streaming via YouTube and Google+.

Who broke VEVO?

Justin Bieber has broken a Vevo record with 10 billion views of his videos. The Canadian singer, who released his latest studio album Purpose in November, racked up the numbers in six years and three months – or 2,316 days.

Who holds the VEVO 24 hour record?