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Eliza Dushku forced to give hotel room to One Direction

ELIZA Dushku was kicked out of her hotel room by One Direction.

The former 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer' actress is currently in Pittsburgh shooting 'Banshee' and despite having spent two months staying in the same suite, she had to move on Friday to accommodate the 'Night Changes' hitmakers, ahead of their gig in the city yesterday.

Alongside a photo of a luggage cart bearing two suitcases, four boxes, a bag and a pillow, she wrote on Instagram: "#DragMeDown Don't worry @OneDirection...It was super chill movin outta my hotel room so u can have the ENTIRE FLOOR I've been staying on for 2 months. #OnLocationLife #HotelWars #ActorProblems #WhatHaveYouDoneForMeLately #OneDirection Took 2 hrs this Friday afternoon before work Enjoy #Pittsburgh #PA! (sic)"

However, the 34-year-old beauty later insisted she didn't mind - so long as they were willing to do her a favour.

She tweeted: "Ha! I'm laughing, it's all good @onedirection.

"Assuming...: Tix or pix for my friends kid..?!!"

"And for the record, I absolutely love my #Pittsburgh #PA hotel & each & every staff member there. Was no fault. Recommendation coming soon:) (sic)"

Following her messages, one fan told Eliza she should have been "honoured" to give up her room for the 'Drag Me Down' group.

The user posted: "To be honest, I would be honored to have to switch hotel rooms for the boys.(sic)"

However, another said it meant the "world has gone mad".

The said:"Blimey the world has gone mad when a boyband from The X Factor gets better treatment then a Buffy legend (sic)"


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