Zayn Malik claims aliens in a dream told him to leave One Direction

And we for one, welcome our new intergalactic dream overlords.

One Direction perform at BBC Music Awards
Directionless 1D, fresh from phoning it on for Radio 1. Image Picture Sarah Jeynes/BBC

Zayn Malik appears to have all but confirmed what many have long suspected: that aliens exist and, more importantly, they are no fans of One Direction.

This claim follows the revelation, made by Malik during an interview with Glamour magazine, that his decision to quit the world’s biggest boy band was down to a bit of intergalactic interference.

Asked why he decided to up and leave One Direction, despite the group being at the height of their popularity at the time, the 23-year-old came up with a rather surprising response.

“An alien spoke to me in a dream,” he said, in a reply that is likely to send shockwaves across the 1D fan base and perhaps even Earth as we know it.

Aliens told him. In a dream.

Just digest that statement for a moment, because it could have huge implications for our way of life.

It also bears a striking resemblance to the way in which President Bill Pullman was given information on how the alien ships worked in Independence Day.

That worked out alright for President Bill and it seems like Zayn’s decision to quit has panned out pretty well with his solo album and debut single both hitting the top of the charts.

Zayn’s statement does beg the question, though: Are all dreams just misguided attempts at communication by some far away extra terrestrials?

And if so, why do they always seem to want us to be naked, late or worse still, falling? Explain that Zayn.

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Loaded staff writer Jack Beresford has produced content for Lad Bible, Axonn Media and a variety of online sports and news media outlets.

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