One Direction take over Heathrow Terminal 5 for Red Nose Day single

10:04 22 February 2013

Harry Styles in T5 (C) Nick Morrish, BA

Harry Styles in T5 (C) Nick Morrish, BA

Pop sensation One Direction caused a stir at Heathrow Airport as they filmed scenes for their Red Nose Day single in Terminal 5.

Niall Horan from One Direction with British Airways crew while filming the video for the band's Comic Relief charity single at Terminal 5, London Heathrow. Picture by Nick Morrish/British AirwaysNiall Horan from One Direction with British Airways crew while filming the video for the band's Comic Relief charity single at Terminal 5, London Heathrow. Picture by Nick Morrish/British Airways

Harry Styles, Liam Payne, Zayn Malik, Niall Horan and Louis Tomlinson this week released a cover of the Blondie track One Way or Another mashed up with Teenage Kicks by The Undertones, the proceeds of which will go to Comic Relief.

While at Heathrow the band took control of the camera, wearing Red Noses and dancing with British Airways ground staff, before jetting off on a scheduled promo trip with the airline.

The video also shows the band visiting Downing Street, and has a cameo from Prime Minister David Cameron.

One Direction this week won the inaugual Brit Award for global success for international sales in 2012.

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British Airways has raised over £4million for Comic Relief through its charity partnership Flying Start, which helps to transform the lives of vulnerable and disadvantaged children in the UK and around the world.

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