One Direction promises to return after final pre-hiatus tour performance

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It's not goodbye, it's see you later!

One Direction gave an emotional performance on Saturday in Sheffield, Britain, as it marked their final tour date before embarking on an extended hiatus next year. While much speculation has been made regarding whether this might actually be the end of the road for the boy band, the guys of 1D seem to have every intention of returning to the spotlight -- together.

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"Don't let the papers or online stuff tell you we're not coming back," Niall Horan tweeted. "We are, I'm just going on a long holiday."

The guys also addressed the rumors during their performance. Liam Payne told the crowd, "We're just taking a short break," while Louis Tomlinson echoed "a short break," according to one concertgoer.

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One Direction promises to return after final pre-hiatus tour performance
SEATTLE, WA - JULY 15: (L-R) Liam Payne, Niall Horan and Louis Tomlinson of One Direction perform on stage at Century Link Field on July 15, 2015 in Seattle, Washington. (Photo by Mat Hayward/Getty Images)

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Harry Styles may have even shown former 1D member Zayn Malik a little love during their show, thanking the fans for "supporting me and my four bros" at one point.

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The remaining four band members took time to hug it out on stage...

... and Liam's dad even led a conga line down in front during "Act My Age."

Luckily for stateside Directioners, 1D is set to perform at select iHeartRadio Jingle Ball shows next month while their new album, Made in the A.M., will be released globally on Nov. 13.

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