One Direction’s backstage demands for Dublin gigs leaked

Somebody cue the fangirl hysteria, as One Direction are on their way to Dublin.

The famous foursome will descend on the 3Arena this weekend and it's been all systems go in the capital preparing for their arrival.

One Direction’s backstage demands for Dublin gigs leaked

So, what does one of the biggest bands in the world demand backstage we hear you ask?

According to reports in the Irish Daily Star, their rider is as follows:

Soft toilet tissue

Four ‘star’ dressing rooms plus a personal training room

Odourless air freshener

'Pleasant ambience' in all rooms

Pinball, ping pong and air hockey games

All meals served on china with garnish

Homemade desserts

Three cases of Irish craft beer and a case of Guinness

That's not that bad, is it?

It could be worse, Mariah Carey once asked for 20 white kittens and 100 doves.

One Direction’s backstage demands for Dublin gigs leaked

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