The new British boy band One Direction (pictured at left), which was formed on the UK version of Simon Cowell’s The X Factor, has taken the music world by storm with their debut single “What Makes You Beautiful.” The song set a Sony Music Entertainment pre-order record and debuted in the top spot on the UK Singles Chart, as well as hitting the top 10 on Irish, Scottish, Australian and New Zealand singles charts, plus the Canadian Hot 100. In the U.S., it was the highest Billboard Hot 100 debut for a UK artist since 1998, debuting at 28 and peaking at number nine. But despite their incredible success, there’s one group that isn’t too impressed. An American band that goes by the same name is suing Sony Music and Cowell’s record label, Syco Entertainment, for $1 million in damages because their name was ripped off, which they claim has affected their credibility. They’re also asking for a share of the British group’s profits. The American group has filed papers with the California Central District Court to order the UK group to immediately change its name, especially because the U.S. group filed a trademark application for the name first. Neither Cowell or Sony have commented on the lawsuit.