Harry Styles and Niall Horan both spent the fourth of July with familiar One Direction faces.
Sugars cape reports that Harry Styles has been hanging out with One Direction stylist and former fling Lou Teadsdale this fourth of July. Lou is familiar to fans of One Direction as the woman who constructed the boys’ gravity-defying quiffs — along with her apprentice, Louis Tomlinson’s sister Lottie — over five years of grueling One Direction touring and television appearances.
Harry, Harry’s sister Gemma Styles, and Lou all hung out in London today and some pictures found their way onto Snapchat.
[Harry] spent 4th July weekend chilling with sister Gemma Styles and Lou Teasdale in London. And luckily for us, they’ve got all fangirls needs at heart, and shared a couple’a pics and snaps of Harry von Styles on Snapchat for our viewing pleasure. HOORAY.
UPDATE || Gemma posted this picture of Harry on snapchat! pic.twitter.com/sQ1phi60IR
— 1D Updates! (@OfficialWith1D) July 4, 2016
Harry Styles has previously been linked romantically to Lou Teasdale, who cozied up to Harry when he wore one of his iconic hats and chest-flashing unbuttoned shirts to Louis Tomlinson’s mother Johannah Deakin’s wedding back in 2014, reports E Online.
The mag even reported that Harry and Lou held hands at the Deakin nuptials.
Additionally, a source at the wedding tells E! News that Styles and Teasdale were spotted holding hands during the bash. While we’re not sure what their relationship status is, there was definitely some minor PDA.
Could Harry and Lou have rekindled their fling in London? At the very least, Harry’s decision to hang out with a 1D regular suggests that he is keeping ties with the old crew and has fond memories of his former life. Together with the recent news that Harry Styles is sticking with Sony, this is a heartening display that suggests a One Direction reunion in 2017 could indeed be on the cards.
Meanwhile, tennis-lover Niall Horan has made an appearance at Wimbledon, where he was reunited with a comedian who concocted one of the wackiest Niall-related stories ever to hit mainstream TV.
Niall was joined by Ben Winston, who has directed a number of One Direction videos. Not only that — Ben and Niall crossed paths with Michael McIntyre, who fans may remember as the man who envisaged a wild scenario about Niall having an orgy in an airplane toilet while smoking “a doobie.”
What happened was that the boys appeared on the Jonathan Ross Show and Ross tried to get Harry, Niall, Liam, and Louis to reveal some scandalous secrets by giving them paddles and suggesting that the group play Never Have I Ever.
Michael McIntyre humorously blasted Ross for his naivety, pointing out that One Direction are “media-trained megastars” and it will probably take more than a paddle and a few card-read question to get them to confess to something as scandalous as drug use.
They’re media-trained mega stars!
McIntyre then put on an Irish accent and hammed that he was Niall Horan confessing to a marijuana-fueled airplane orgy.
michael mcintyre and niall god bless pic.twitter.com/kWTv7WqKcm
— amy (@cupsoflouis) July 4, 2016
Niall with Ben Winston and Michael McIntyre at Wimbledon today pic.twitter.com/CKMrF6j0Uw
— 1DLiveUpdates (@1Dliveupdates) July 4, 2016
— sarah // I MET NIALL (@soakleyy26) July 4, 2016
Harry Styles is still mates with Lou Teasdale, Niall Horan loves to hang with director Ben Winston, Styles is staying with Sony and the guys have repeatedly said they will be back as a four-piece after their eighteen-month hiatus finishes.
It sounds like One Direction could indeed be back. If that’s not enough to convince, Niall Horan has something else for you: fans reported that Niall pinky-swore with one of them yesterday that One Direction will be back!
UPDATE || Niall pinky promised a fan yesterday that they'll be back in 2017!
— 1D Updates! (@OfficialWith1D) June 8, 2016
The Sun quotes Liam Payne as saying “we don’t want this to end.”
“It’s not over. And yes, we’re taking a break, but we need one. We have done four tours, five albums, but we will be coming back. We don’t want this to end.”
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