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SOPHIAM’S BACK (! or ?)
Liam has been spotted with Sophia today in Birmingham. HOLDING HANDS! *feelings*
‘THIS IS THEM’
Scott Mills interviewed the boys Saturday during the BBC Radio 1 Big Weekend in Glasgow. Today the full audio interview was played during his show. The video interview is now available.
INTERESTING POINTS IN THE INTERVIEW:
Zayn confirmed that he won’t be rapping on the boys’ new album. But he has been rapping with Naughty Boy!
“I got message from Tinie Tempah. He told me he is proud of us” – Niall
Harry’s song he wrote with Kodaline wont be on the boys’ album.
Some of the songs Zayn wrote with Naughty Boy will make it onto the album!
“I thought we would be doing stuff in the UK. But it’s amazing how we are everywhere” – Liam
“Sometimes I have the weirdest dreams ever between that zone of still sleeping and waking up cause of the screams” – Zayn
“I can sleep through the screaming” – Harry and Zayn
“Fame is a weird zone. We have to be on point everyday. We all have an off day. We feel like we have to take pics and stop”- Liam
The boys all said the only thing they missed out on is university!
“We dont have crazy secrets or anything like that in the band. It’s all us on twitter and what we want to say”- Liam
“Some songs we have to sing, even though we might be tired of singing them”- Liam
“It’s normally when we think about the words, we forget them”- Zayn “Or when I’m trying to read a sign” – Liam
“The harder you try to hide. The more obvious it is” – Harry “Dressing like chavs works” – Louis
“I have been told to take some tweets down” – Louis “I have some drunk tweets” – Liam
“I’m gutted [about The Wanted breaking up]”
Louis Tomlinson, not sounding very gutted Can you see yourself expanding like with a different fanbase with this new album? “For a band like us, I think it’s such a gradual process. In trying to almost change people’s minds, and change people’s original opinion on you. So it’s kind of like one step at a time. Obviously that is the idea. That we want– everyone to enjoy our music– more realistically” -Louis