Harry Styles Loves Interacting With One Direction Fans On Tour

Todd Rigney

Harry Styles and the rest of the One Direction gang are currently doing their thing on stages all across the United States. Although Styles loves cranking out the group's tunes on a regular basis, apparently he really enjoys interacting with fans.

Say what you will about the band's music, the guys are definitely pretty accommodating when it comes to keeping their legion of followers happy. The guys occasionally ask fans to keep it down -- after all, the fellas do need to get their beauty sleep -- but you'll never catch them acting rude or unkind to the people who made them international superstars.

According to Popcrush, Harry Styles and the gang have absolutely no problem interacting with fans while they're on tour. In fact, Styles admitted that having a chinwag with Directioners is often the "funnest" aspect of touring the globe.

""I think the funnest part about touring is the interaction with fans at the shows. I think when you get to see someone's face that close up and you can kind of almost talk to them and mess around is the funnest part."

Of course, Harry isn't the only member of 1D who thinks the group's fans are amazing. During a chat with the Belfast Telegraph, Louis Tomlinson had nothing but awesome things to say about the people who spend a significant portion of their lives obsessing over the band. However, don't expect Tomlinson to unravel the mystery behind their success.

"It's impossible to understand. You'd have to be a very arrogant person to understand it. Just the other day I was down at Doncaster Rovers [the soccer team Louis plays for and part-owns], and two people had flown from Sao Paulo to see me."
"I actually really like being undercover. Not under covers, although that does make me happy too. But, like, when I was in [New York toy store] FAO Schwarz and literally no one came up to me; I was just walking around with everyone completely unaware. It was really nice. Until this guy came over to me and was like, 'Hey man, where'd you score the corn?' He just wanted to know where to get popcorn! I was like, 'Over there!'"

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