One Direction's official 'You & I' music video has gotten the boot from the band's YouTube channel, and Directioners and 1D members alike are confused and angry over its deletion.

The video for the romantic ballad shows each guy at his most swoon-worthy and became a fan favorite upon its release last April. Now, when viewers try to watch it on YouTube, a message states, "This video is no longer available due to a copyright claim by Panther Media Group Limited."

Liam Payne brought it to Directioners' attention yesterday (Dec. 18), tweeting the straightforward question:

Bandmate Niall Horan ran with it, sending out a series of photo-accompanied tweets illustrating fans' upset reactions, including:

Some Directioners directed their own anger at Clubfeet, an Australian group who said that 1D copied their clip for 'Everything You Wanted.' But Clubfeet leapt to their own defense after getting a barrage of messages:

Don't freak out too bad, 1D fans. 'You & I' is still available on Vevo (for now, at least).

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