As former 'N Sync member Justin Timberlake delivered his first American Music Awards solo performance on Sunday, ET asked the One Direction gang if they'd ever consider solo careers.
"I don't think I'd be able to do it," admitted Niall Horan.
Liam Payne elaborated on Horan's sentiment, confessing that he's not sure he'd be able to perform without his fellow boy-band mates on stage with him.
"I think I'd be scared. It's nice having other people on stage to kind of interact with and vibe off," the 20-year-old English singer said. "You can take a little break here and there, which is nice."
Harry Styles, the youngest member of the group, which was formed in 2010 when the singers joined forces on the reality competition series The X Factor, blatantly added that he would have no desire to perform alone.
"We wouldn't; we're a group," Styles said.
While the fivesome was on ET's platform on the red carpet of Sunday's AMAs, our Rocsi Diaz gave Styles the opportunity to set the record straight about the speculation that he's dating Kendall Jenner after the two were seen out together.
Watch the video to hear his answer as well as more from the red carpet of the 2013 American Music Awards.
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