Directioners are hot and bothered over One Direction's plan to modify their set list while on the road.

The boy band is changing the songs for the North American leg of the Take Me Home Tour, extending the set by 30 to 40 minutes; this means 1D will include songs that they did not play on the U.K. leg.

So what's the big deal?

Well, Directioners in their native U.K. are not stoked that North American audiences are getting what they view as preferential treatment by being able to enjoy live renditions of songs first. So much competition amongst global Directioners, it seems.

One of the songs that is expected to be added is the fan fave, 'They Don't Know About Us.'

News traveled fast in the Directioner universe, and the hometown fans are fuming, many of which vented on Twitter, expressing displeasure.

Fans in America and Canada will enjoy the first taste of these tracks and we know, it's unfair. How dare 1D do that, right? Well, we hate to break it to the across-the-pond faction of 1D fans, but life isn't fair. And this is One Direction's tour, not the Directioners' tour. It's their show and they will perform whichever tracks they wish.

We suggest the angry Directioners make effective use of YouTube to watch videos of the additions to the set list. It's not the same as being there, but it's close enough. No need to stage a mutiny, guys!