Louis Tomlinson has long been known as the "sass master from Doncaster" due to his rapier wit, biting comebacks, and willingness to call it like it is. Whether he's calling out opportunistic paps as they try to wrangle photographs from him on boozy nights out, getting involved in Twitter feuds with everyone from ex-bandmate Zayn Malik to Harry Styles' best pal, Nick Grimshaw, to the members of the Wanted, ordering a still-unidentified man to "shut [his] f***ing mouth," or reacting irritably to questions about beautiful baby Freddie, Louis Tomlinson has demonstrated that, while his heart may be big and charitable, his tongue can be as poisonous as the bite of a rattlesnake.This week Louis attended Coachella with his assistant, Oli, and old school friend, Stan, and one fan found herself on the receiving end of Louis' sassiness.
It seems Louis was not impressed with the fan's photography skills. "Aw, that's s*** love!" the One Direction heartthrob told the girl after she took a blurry shot.The biting banter was all in good fun -- the fan, whose name is Larissa, also reported that Louis is the nicest person she's ever met.Thankfully, others had better luck getting a well-focused shot of handsome Louis Tomlinson, and social media was soon flooded with pictures of Tomlinson in his tattoo-flashing Coachella t-shirt, flanked by Stan.
Louis stopped to take pictures with revelers throughout the day and then returned for a second day, so Louis-watchers got to take in an outfit change.Louis also posted a close-up shot on Instagram, without sunglasses, as the partying was beginning, allowing us to get a good look at his amazing eyes.In other Louis Tomlinson news, the heartthrob has "signed up for his first big gig since the One Direction boys took their break," according to the BBC.
Louis will represent the England side in the Soccer Aid match. Tomlinson will join Olly Murs, Marvin Humes, Jack Whitehall, and Unicef UK Ambassador Robbie Williams.
In a statement, Louis said that Unicef's work amazes him and he is thrilled to be involved.
"I'm really excited to play in this year's Soccer Aid event. Unicef as a charity, and its workers, continue to amaze me and helping even in this small way is a privilege."The match will take place at at Old Trafford Stadium in Manchester on June 5, according to the Sun.
The big-hearted Doncaster star is known to be a massive supporter of children's charities in particular -- he donated £2 million to the Believe In Magic charity last year, as well as hosting the Cinderella-themed bash organized by mother Johannah Deakin, according to the Mirror.
"Being my age and being able to be in a position where I can help people out and give opportunities to other people is the most exciting thing to me."Louis Tomlinson has also stated that he would like to use the One Direction hiatus to get involved in more charity work.
"I mean, don't get me wrong, I do aim to have a couple months' downtime to see the family, go home, do all that stuff, but yeah, I do hope to be busy, as well."[Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images for iHeartMedia]