Who wants One Direction's autographs?
And we're not just talking about a scribble on a napkin.
Here's the deal—as fans know, One Direction makes their acting debut tomorrow on iCarly.
Read on to find out how you can win one…
Get your Twitter on, 1D fans!
Tweet us @marcmalkin with the hashtag #1DiCarlyScript explaining why you deserve one of the scripts. Be creative—make it something 1D will remember.
You have a week to enter, but don't tweet us more than once or you'll be disqualified. Also, as much as we love having everyone from around the world reading E! Online, the contest is only open to U.S. legal residents age 13 or older. Read the complete rules below.
And don't forget, tune into iCarly tomorrow night at 8 p.m. on Nickelodeon.
Perhaps a Glee tribute could be next for 1D?
ONE DIRECTION-ICARLY CONTEST RULES
No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited. Sponsored by E! Entertainment Television, LLC ("E!"). Contestants must be US legal residents at least 13 years of age or older as of April 6, 2012, and have an active Twitter account. Contest begins when announced on April 6, 2012, and ends at 1 p.m. Pacific Time on April 13, 2012. The two Grand Prizes consist of two separate script covers from the iCarly episode "iGo One Direction" signed by the main cast members of iCarly and the band members of One Direction. Approximate retail value of each Grand Prize is $100. Entrants may enter by sending a tweet to @marcmalkin during the entry period explaining why E! should give him or her a signed script. The tweet must contain the hash tag #1DiCarlyScript. Only one tweet per person. Contestants who attempt to enter more than once will be disqualified. A judging panel selected by E! will score each entry on creativity (100 points). The two contest winners will be the entries with the two highest scores. In the event of a tie, a new judging panel will evaluate the tied entries. Any potential winner who is not the age of majority in his or her state must obtain written parental consent to receive the Grand Prize. Each winner is responsible for payment of any and all taxes associated with his or her prize.