Louis Tomlinson Reveals One Direction Used To Make Up Rumors About Niall Horan's Personal Life

Louis Tomlinson reveals One Direction used to make up rumors about Niall Horan's sex life. Photo by donkeyjacket45/Creative Commons
Louis Tomlinson reveals One Direction used to make up rumors about Niall Horan's sex life. (Photo: donkeyjacket45/Creative Commons)

One Direction member Louis Tomlinson admitted that he and his bandmates Niall Horan, Harry Styles, Liam Payne, and Zayn Malik used to pull pranks on each other for fun whenever they are on the road. He revealed that most often than not, Niall is the target of their prank.

Louis admitted that the group used to make up rumors about Niall's s*x life to reporters. The English singer said they spread rumors about who Niall slept with during their tour.

"When I was in One Direction, sometimes we used to just to make up different people that Niall had slept with on tour," Louis confessed in an interview with an Australian radio show.

The "Just Hold On" singer did not drop names on who they made up the rumors about. Niall, however, has been previously linked to several celebrities such as actress Hailee Steinfeld, model Barbara Palvin, and singer Ellie Goulding.

Although Louis revealed they made up rumors about Niall's s*x life, other stories made into the headlines that he admitted are not completely false. Louis confirmed that he stopped wearing skinny jeans to protect his manhood. The X Factor judge added that the news about him slamming a teacher who told him that he would end up working in a fast-food chain is also true.

Louis recently released a new single titled "Kill My Mind" earlier this month. He is also preparing for his debut solo album which is expected to drop in early 2020.

As for One Direction, the band is still in hiatus. The band went on a break in January 2016. The members have pursued solo projects since then.

On whether or not 1D fans will ever see the boys reuniting and back on stage again, Louis would only hope so. The 27-year-old singer and his bandmates are still optimistic that he could work with his bandmates again in the future.

"If there's a time when we all really want to do it, that's the only time for us to do it, because I don't think it should be about anything else other than the fact that we're all like, 'Hey, this was really fun. We should do this again'," Harry earlier told the Rolling Stone.

Meanwhile, an inquest this week on the death of Louis' 18-year-old sister, Felicite, revealed that she had accidentally overdosed on a "perfect storm" of cocaine, Xanax and oxycodone. The Tomlinson's relatives attended the inquest on Wednesday, Louis, however, failed to attend the proceedings.

Felicite was found dead in March 2019. The court heard that Louis' sister had a long history of drug use after the death of her mother in 2016.

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