(CNN)British boy band sensation One Direction teamed up with charity Action2015 and asked their millions of fans or "Directioners" to share videos and pictures that reflect issues that are important to them, ahead of the United Nation's climate change summit in Paris this September.
Hillary Clinton directs support for One Direction
Among the many fans who answered the foursome's call is Democratic presidential candidate and possible Directioner Hillary Clinton.
Clinton tweeted her support for the boy band's cause Friday, saying "the boys are right."
In a video released Wednesday, Harry Styles, Niall Horan, Louis Tomlinson and Liam Payne called for action on "extreme poverty, inequality and climate change" — all of which are key focuses of the Clinton campaign.
This is not the first time that Clinton was linked to the young foursome.
In March, former One Direction member Zayn Malik's departure from the band devastated fans and erupted shock waves on social media. There was speculation over a possible fifth member of One Direction.
While hosting the MTV Movie Awards the same day that Clinton announced her presidential bid, comedian and actress Amy Schumer joked about the "big news" and announced that "after months of speculation, Hillary Clinton finally announced she's taking Zayn's spot in One Direction."