One Direction: Louis Tomlinson Plays a Prank on Liam Payne

By Meghna Subhedhar | 2 years ago
One Direction: Louis Tomlinson Plays a Prank on Liam Payne
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Louis Tomlinson played yet another prank on Liam Payne while they were performing in Sweden this week. Read on for more details.

One Direction hunks have some serious fun during their concerts. Only last week, Tomlinson played a prank on Payne that left the audience in stitches of laughter. The thing happened when the boys were playing in Sweden and they were having a fun time in the concert. Then came a moment when Tomlinson also known to his fans a Tommo fell on the stage. This probably happened because the floor was too slippery on the giant stadium runway and he was too enthusiastic about delivering his act. At any rate, he fell hard on the floor and for a second the audience wondered if he was alright. They were relieved to know that he was in solid shape. Meanwhile, Payne, concerned about his bandmate, walked over to pick him up but Tomlinson didn’t budge but instead pulled Payne down so he landed on the floor next to him. Payne then sported a sporty face  and showed that he didn’t mind Tomlinson’s evil sense of humor. The crowd understandably went wild with excitement and they cheered on.

Tomlinson isn’t the only prankster in the group. Heartthrob Harry Styles is a decent prankster too. Who could forget his “My son, Ishmeal” prank? The boys enjoyed the show so much they tweeted their appreciation for the fans and audiences in Gothenberg, Sweden. God, you gotta love these little pranksters so! They are amazing at practically everything they do. Needless to say, a fantastic time was had by all present and the show is going to stay on the fans’ minds forever.

The video footage for the prank is available here.

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