The six-piece supergroup - who joined the 'Night Changes' hitmakers on the Australian leg of their On The Road Again tour - has admitted they have started to demand more luxurious goods on their rider since seeing what the boy band had asked for on theirs.
Tom Fletcher said: ''We've been more diva-ish on this tour. It's the first time in 12 years we've asked for our dressing room to be a certain way. We saw 1D's and thought 'We want that.'''
Harry Judd added: ''It's worth it. Our dressing room is epic this tour. There's dark drapes up the wall, a couple of plants and a coffee machine.''
The band - which includes Tom, Harry, Danny Jones, Dougie Poynter, Matt Willis and James Bourne - have just started their Most Excellent Adventure tour, where they will play 21 dates across the UK, and feel as though they can now relax more backstage after requesting items which ''set the mood''.
Dougie told the Daily Mirror newspaper: ''We didn't realise you could ask for that stuff.
''It kills the vibe when you are in a big dressing room and it's just white, with bright lights, whereas if you have the music on, candles and lowlights it sets the mood.''
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