Popular boyband One Direction and slightly less popular boyband The Wanted are going to be sent to the headmaster if they don't work out their differences, according to a source close to the boys' record label.
Basically they are all going to have to sit down in a room and moodily shake hands and say sorry without making eye contact if the Twitter feud between The Wanted's Max George and One Direction's Zayn Malik continues.
Both bands have found success in America, but both have also being sending highly publicised 'mad bants' via Twitter that culminated in Zayn Malik calling Max George "chlamydia boy".
Max then told Radio 955 in New York that what had started out as laughs and japes had suddenly gotten all serious, saying: "I'm not sure what his problem is, to be honest. It started off that I thought we were just having a bit of banter, but he seemed to get a bit serious." Bants. Mad bants. Serious bants.
And they could be forced to put Twitter down for a minute and meet up in real life to figure it all out.
"Both of the bands management teams have been in contact and agreed the boys should all meet up in New York and smooth things out," said a source.
“With all the boys in the same city for a few days, it makes sense for them to meet up and have a drink together to prevent the feud escalating. Management are keen for the boys to meet before Friday’s gig to stop any confrontation.”
All very well and good, but this doesn't seem the correct way for two boybands to figure out their differences. Boybands should figure out their differences over the course of super-intense five hour-long dance offs. When will the world wake up.