'One Direction' not annoyed with no Grammy nomiantion
Popular boy band 'One Direction' is not angry for being blanked at the 57th Grammy Award nominations.
London: Popular boy band 'One Direction' is not angry for being blanked at the 57th Grammy Award nominations.
The five-member group, whose third album 'Midnight Memories' is the biggest-selling album worldwide in 2013, thinks there is a high quality of music up for the Grammy prizes, reported Contactmusic.
When asked if they were surprised not to be shortlisted, Harry Styles, said, "I don't think so, I think there's so much incredible music out there, I don't think you can kick off."
The 'Steal My Girl' hitmakers recently made history with their new album, 'Four', becoming the first band in the US Billboard 200 history to have their first four albums all debut at number one.
The group, which also features Zayn Malik, Louis Tomlinson, Liam Payne and Niall Horan, is pleased with its achievements such as the chart milestone, and the two American Music Awards it picked up in November.
"When you look at the list of nominations, everyone is incredible so it's not like... People have different opinions and there are a lot of awards shows we do get nominated for so we're lucky for those things," Styles added.