The boys of One Direction are sending a special message to one very imporant fan.
A limited number of students at Arapahoe High School were allowed back into the building for the first time today, according to local reports, since the tragic shooting that occured on Friday, Dec. 13.
Claire Davis, a 17-year-old student, was critically wounded by fellow senior and 18-year-old gunman Karl Pierson, who killed himself in the library at the Colorado public school after injuring his classmate.
"Hi Clare we've heard you were a big fan and we just wanted to show you some love. What's happened to you is actually terrible and something we can't bear thinking about," Liam Payne says in the clip as his bandmates stand beside him. "So we just wanted to share some love with you. All our prayers with you and your family. Hope you get well soon. Lots of love," he adds, giving the camera a thumbs-up gesture.
The boybanders kind video message to Claire isn't the only do-gooding One Direction's been doing as of late.
Harry Styles, Liam Payne, Niall Horan and Louis Tomlinson surprised fans with an impromptu performance during a recent charity screening of their movie This Is Us, which was organized for sick children in London (Zayn wasn't feeling well and couldn't make it).
The boys performed two songs, posed for photos with many of the sick children and gave all the kids in attendance a One Direction T-shirt, a watch, a bottle of 1D's fragrance and two tickets to their upcoming 2014 world tour.