Belfast Telegraph

Friday 28 August 2015

Louis Tomlinson: I’m overwhelmed

Published 28/06/2013

Louis Tomlinson
Louis Tomlinson

Louis Tomlinson sometimes needs to sit and think about everything One Direction have achieved.

The singer and his bandmates Harry Styles, Niall Horan, Zayn Malik and Liam Payne have come a long way since appearing on the British series of The X Factor.

Despite not winning the competition, the boys have sold millions of records, won fans worldwide and have even been made into waxworks for museum Madame Tussauds.

One Direction are currently busy with their Take Me Home Tour and it’s no wonder they sometimes need a moment of reflection.

“Sat thinking about everything and I'm so incredibly overwhelmed by our success. We really can't thank you enough ! (sic)” Louis posted on Twitter.

The lads have added another award to their vast collection, beating The Rolling Stones and Coldplay to a Silver Clef accolade.

Harry Styles thanked fans for voting for them and paid tribute to musical charity Nordoff Robbins which runs the awards.

"We are over the moon. Congratulations to Nordoff Robbins on another amazing Silver Clef Awards. What an incredible charity, helping people with music therapy,” he said in a statement.

One Direction will also be making their big-screen debut in August with documentary This Is Us.

The boys have been releasing regular teaser trailers and look forward to fans seeing the finished product.

“Cant wait for you all to see the movie ! Its gonna be wickeddd :) exciteddddd (sic)” Liam tweeted.

The band also introduced new single Best Song Ever this week.

It seems there’s no rest for the heartthrobs, as Niall teased more new tracks.

“Right bed time! goin studio tomorrow! We got new tunes comin! (sic)” he wrote on Twitter.

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