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Crazy in Columbus: The top moments from One Direction’s OTRA Ohio


In the second leg of their US tour, One Direction kicked off the next group of American shows in Columbus, Ohio playing at Ohio Stadium which holds up to 100,000 people! Check out what you may have missed!

HARRY & DES, DES & HARRY                                                                                    Harry’s Dad, Des, was able to come all the way out to Ohio to support his son, and the two got absolutely adorable matching jerseys with their initials on the back. If they’re not your #fatherandsongoals, well you need to reevaluate.

Screen Shot 2015-08-19 at 11.17.25 PMLIAMS HIGH NOTES
The boys have been doing a quite amazing job compensating for the high notes that Zayn used to sing, and we just don’t think they get enough credit. High notes are incredibly hard for many singers, even more for men, but as usual the 1D boys never ever disappoint.

A BOYFRIEND WHO IS 1DAF (WE’RE NOT SURE IF IT’S BY CHOICE)
1D concerts never fail to have the most clever, and creative signs created by fans, and OTRA Columbus does not differ. Our favorite poster of the night was one created by a loving boyfriend who accompanied his girlfriend to the show. Who could blame him for wanting to keep his girl?!?

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A HILARIOUS  HARRY STYLES MOMENT

As Harry was attempting to get the crowd to stomp and clap together, Niall interrupted him and, well, this happened. (Make sure to listen for Harry’s adorable giggle)

WE’LL FIGHT YOU ANYDAY, LOUIS
At the show in Columbus, Liam pointed out a fans’ sign that read ‘Fight Me’ and Louis got quite (jokingly) feisty, and it was like your favorite fan fiction coming to life. Louis looked incredibly hot, and like we said…We’d fight him anyday.

That wraps up Columbus! NEXT STOP: TORONTO

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Written by Julia Contorno

Lover of cats, concerts, and coffee.

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