A documentary that we thought would be quite good was shown on tv last night.

In fact it made directioners look like crazed lunatics who should be locked up.

We know that not all of you are like that, in fact the majority of you aren’t so we thought we’d look back at what’s upset so many fans.

For starters one girl said: “The whole reason I got braces was because Niall has braces. I didn’t really need braces.”

That’s taking it a bit too far, and if you didn’t need braces in the first place you teeth will just be ruined. If you need them then fair enough but now Niall has had his taken off, what is that girl going to do now?

This is also the same girl that went to see the waxworks of the boys and acted as if they were real people, kissing them, crying over them and getting very over emotional.

Now we can understand getting like that when meeting the real boys, but for waxworks? It seems a bit over the top to us, but we know some fans will have cried over them so we won’t just her too much over that one.

During another part: “What will happen if you meet Harry?” “I will have a heart attack and die. I will jump off that cliff over there.”

Well if you have a heart attack then your efforts to meet Harry will have been pointless, also the same applies if you jumped off a cliff, you wouldn’t get to see him. There’s being excited and there’s being too excited and if you made all the effort to meet them at least get a hug and a picture or something?

Another girl booked to stay in the same hotel as the boys for her 18th birthday, which is fair enough, but then she also said: “I was outside your room while you were asleep, Zayn”.

Now this is ridiculous. There is a line between seeing the boys and being a creepy stalker, and this girl just passed it by a mile. The boys are people too, they need their space. I wonder how she would feel if someone was outside her room while she was asleep, don’t think she’d like it!

It didn’t just focus on the boys, but their relationships too. We know lots of directioners don’t like Taylor Swift but this girl took it too far, she said: “She blocked me on Twitter. If I saw her now, I’d rugby tackle her. I’d rip out all her hair, stamp on her eyeballs.”

We’re sure you’d really get the chance to do that. After you’ve got past all her huge security guys of course. There is hating and there is going too far with it. If she annoys you that much just ignore her.

Another big part in the documentary was Larry Stylinson. One directioner even read out a section of a Larry fan fiction, which even after the watershed was quite disturbing.

Some people get hate for shipping Larry as some think it is ruining their actual friendship and there is a rumour going around today that some people have killed themselves over receiving so much hate.

We hope this is not true. All directioners share one thing in common, supporting the boys – so support each other instead of hating.

One of the most poignant lines in the whole programme, which hopefully the boys will take notice of was: “Everything is about money and fame. Not everyone can afford the merchandise and tickets. You invest so much in them and what do you get back? Five sessions of crying and no ticket.”

After hearing about the documentary and the rumoured suicides this morning, Liam took to twitter to support the fans.

He said: “Not really sure what’s going on right now I just hope everyone’s ok xxx”

Followed by: “Hearing some horrible things… Really hope this isn’t true”

Liam also tweeted: “Just so all of you know we love you guys and we know how dedicated you are and tbh we can’t believe it that you gus spend all you time on us

“We couldn’t give a fuck what any documentary says there dramatised for entertainment and full of bullshit anyway we all know how hard you work for us and see it everyday at our shows, Let’s all take a step back and think about what we/you have all achieved. You should be proud”

Following on from the documentary fans also got “#THISISNOTUS” trending worldwide on twitter to show their disappointment with the documentary.

We expect channel 4 to be receiving a lot of letters from angry directioners over the next few weeks!

Did you watch the documentary? What did you think of it?