One Direction 'Steal My Girl' Didn't Break Vevo Record: Harry Styles Tweets Bad News

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Turns out the One Direction "Steal My Girl" music video didn't break the Vevo record after all. Ugh. And here we'd been all high-fiving and patting ourselves on the back for making it happen.

Well, it looks like Harry Styles is to blame because he's the one who first got the celebratory mood started when he tweeted earlier this week that fans had shattered the most views in 24 hours record.

While we've been waiting to get the final Vevo count, we started to wonder what was taking so long to get that number out there. And then Harry tweeted the bad news today that he had called us "legends" for nothing. Sadface.

Harry tweeted: "Knock knock.. Who's there? 'A vevo record' a vevo record who? Only joking. Whoops."

He added, "Just found out we didn't beat the Vevo record. But thank you guys for all your effort, the views were amazing! You're legends .x"

Still in disbelief? Vevo confirmed the bummer news, tweeting: "Thanks for bearing with us, 1D fans. We love how passionate this fandom is! As Harry said, #StealMyGirlOnVevo did not break the 24hr record."

Hey, the good news is that at least we're still legends in the 1D guys' minds. The question remains though: How many views did the "Steal My Girl" video get in 24 hours?
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