If One Direction Doesn't Remain Together for Three More Years, the Whole Group Loses Millions
ONE DIRECTION has agreed to a massive new record deal, which requires them to make three new albums over the next three years. It also binds them to each other. A so-called "source" tells Britain's "Sun" tabloid that if just ONE member drops out, the whole group will lose out on A TON OF MONEY.
Supposedly, the contract was designed so that the five guys will each get a big payout three years from now, but ONLY if the group is still intact at that point.
There are no specifics, so there's no word how much we're talking about, but the source emphasizes that it's not just a few bucks, it's, "millions."