In One Direction’s latest pit stop in Brisbane, Australia, heard is the collective sound of screaming fans who respond to their idols’ waving, blown kisses and “thank you” messages for support and being part of the show. It’s what every artist could die for. But 1D Niall Horan hopes Directioners would stop screaming and share a line and chat with the group, instead.
Harry Styles of the band One Direction (L), actress Kelly Osbourne (2nd L), model Leigh Lazark (C), television presenter Alexa Chung (2nd R) and model Pixie Geldof.
In a recent interview with The Sun, Niall admits getting tired of hearing the fans shouting on top of their lungs whenever they get the chance to be with the group. The Irish crooner expressed hopes that Directioners would put to good use every second they get to be with every member of the English-Irish boy band.
"I wish when fans get 20 seconds with you, they would just sit and have a quick chat rather than just go, 'Arrggghhhh, arrggghhhh!' in your face,” Niall began in an interview with The Sun, according to Entertainment Wise.
The Australian-based boy band member noted that he is as excited to be up close and personal with every fan who gets that rare chance to spend time with 1D. At that point, Niall added, he always wishes to share their thoughts and ideas.
Niall also said, "I just want to have a chat with them and hear what they have to say.”
But it looks like Niall will have to keep wishing as fans don’t seem get tired to scream at the top of their lungs when watching them perform.
A fourteen year old teen from Australia shared her experience watching One Direction concert in Brisbane. Amber, the teen writer who shared her experience through her cousin Natalie Bochenski, a writer for Brisbane Times, had a detailed account of the screaming fans in her short essay.
I walked into the sold-out Brisbane Entertainment Centre as support act Five Seconds of Summer were playing. The cheers and screams from the girls were ear piercing, and it wasn't even the main act!,” Amber Smith was quoted as saying in a report by Natalie Bochenski of the Brisbane Times.
Smith continued, “The group thanked the fans over and over again, causing the girls to scream and cry even more. The way they performed was incredible; it was a comfortable environment, except for the screaming girls.”
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