Liam Payne Lonely Without GF Cheryl; Former One Direction Member Spreads Love To His Fans [Video]
Former One Direction member Liam Payne just melted fans' hearts as he posted a picture of himself hunched over a mixing console in a music studio. It was not long after when he also got on Facebook Live and took some time to chat with his excited fans.
"We haven't spoken in a while so I thought I would tune in and say hello," Payne told his fans on FB Live. The 23-year-old singer also revealed new details about his upcoming solo album. "This is the studio that I've been working in today. I've been writing a song, it's been a lot of fun. I'm hoping you're going to like the music, it's a little bit different, but it's really nice," he added.
Payne on Facebook Live did work wonders as fans clamored to hear more about what the former member of One Direction has been up to recently. Despite sounding enthusiastic chatting with his fans, some still speculate that Payne looked tired and sad which then led most to think that he may be missing his pregnant girlfriend, Cheryl (formerly called Cheryl Cole).
The ex-One Direction member left UK last week to record his first solo album in LA. According to Mirror, the couple are apart due to work commitments.
It was not too long ago when news spread that Payne and his girlfriend Cheryl, a former member of UK girl pop group, Girls Aloud, are expecting their first child. The good-looking couple also seemed to be relaxed about it and Cheryl trusted Liam enough to give him a pass to go alone to Los Angeles to finish his music. It was also reported that the pair made an agreement to be private about their child and to keep things as "low-key" as possible.
The former 1D member also took the opportunity to thank his fans on Facebook Live, "I just also wanted to say a really quick thank you to you guys for all the support obviously I see it with you guys every single day online, you guys haven't stopped which is absolutely amazing so thank you so much for standing by me and the rest of the boys as well."© 2021 The Classical Arts, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.