The world's biggest pop act, One Direction will play an extra night at the Millennium Stadium as part of their 2015 UK and Ireland tour.
The tour, which went on sale at the weekend, has already sold out every single one of its 26 shows.
The band will now perform two summer shows in Cardiff due to 'overwhelming demand', before kicking off the autumn run with six dates at The O2 in London.
One Direction's new album 'FOUR' is their biggest yet – having hit No.1 on the iTunes chart in 85 countries with sales of over 2 million in just one week. The album has also seen them make history by becoming the first ever act to debut at the top of the US Billboard charts with each of their first four albums.
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