One Direction’s Zayn Malik and Little Mix’s Perrie Edwards in crisis talks


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Zayn Malik and Perrie Edwards have spent their first night together after claims that Malik cheated on the Little Mix starlet with an Australian waitress surfaced at the weekend.

The One Direction stud was spotted leaving Edwards’ hotel in Nottingham on Monday morning (January 28), following showdown talks to save their year long relationship.

Later that evening, Edwards took to the stage at The Royal Concert Hall with her Little Mix band mates, having pledged to The Sun that she was doing “fine”:

“I’m totally fine, I’m good. I’m looking forward to the show, this is going to be the best night.”

Malik flew back from France on Sunday evening (January 27), after the 21-year-old waitress, Courtney Webb, claimed that she had bedded the One Direction love rat at his home in North London.

Webb told The Sun that Malik had assured her that he was single:

“I asked him if he had a girlfriend, and he said he didn’t. He said he wanted to enjoy being 20. He’s an absolute s***. How dare he – not only to me but to Perrie? I’m not a One Direction fan, I don’t follow what they are up to. So when it clicked that he had a girlfriend I got more and more angry. I feel sorry for Perrie – she doesn’t know this is going on.”

The waitress later snapped photos of Malik tucked up in bed, to prove that she had spent the night with the former ‘X Factor’ contestant. Creepy, we know:

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Hard evidence aside, it would appear the crisis talks between Malik and Edwards were successful on Sunday evening, with a source telling The Sun “things are far from over between Zayn and Perrie”:

“He came and stayed in the Little Mix hotel, where Perrie was booked in with her bandmates. Everybody gave them their space. They needed to talk things through before Perrie went on stage in front of a crowd.”

Jess is a UK-based writer. Her articles were initially published by local newspapers and zines; she now writes reviews and features for a wide range of international, award winning art publications.