One Direction singers Louis Tomlinson and Niall Horan gave the Soccer Aid 2016 events a boost of support from 1D fans. While One Direction fans are savoring the win of Louis Tomlinson's Soccer Aid team, news surfaced that Niall Horan actually has a new boy band group now.
The Sun reports that One Direction fans had to wait until only 15 minutes remained in the Soccer Aid 2016 game before Louis Tomlinson and Niall Horan were brought onto the field. In the end the England team, of which Louis Tomlinson is a member, won over the Rest Of The World team, of which Niall Horan is a member, in the Soccer Aid 2016 game.
— Unicef UK (@UNICEF_uk) June 2, 2016
Nonetheless, it was a victory for One Direction fans all around to see the two band mates together again, albeit on a field for Soccer Aid 2016. More than anything One Direction fans were excited to celebrate the band for the first time after 1D went on hiatus.
The Sun also reported that One Direction fans had an awkward moment while waiting for Louis Tomlinson and Niall Horan to be put to play when Zayn Malik's "Pillowtalk" played in the background. However, The Mirror reports that Niall Horan is also now signed up with a new boy band outside of One Direction.
The One Direction replacement band that Niall Horan formed is called One Lad And 2 Dads. The One Direction member's band mates in are British comedian John Bishop and British TV presenter Paddy McGuinness.
One Direction fans may probably have no need to go on a meltdown as demands on Niall Horan by One Lad And 2 Dads is not hectic just yet. According to The Mirror, the launch of One Lad and 2 Dads is limited to a social media selfie by Niall Horan and his new band mates for now.
New boy band - me @NiallOfficial and @PaddyMcGuinness - we are called One Lad and 2 Dads pic.twitter.com/zGIHL41vJj — John Bishop (@JohnBishop100) June 2, 2016
To date the Soccer Aid charity event, which was co-founded by Robbie Williams and Jonathan Wilkes in 2006, has raised £20 million for UNICEF. One Direction singers Louis Tomlinson and Niall Horan played with such sports celebrities as Claudio Ranieri, Jose Mourinho, Ronaldinho, Cafu and Dida.
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