No, but like, Louis Tomlinson actually laughed and cooperated with a media outlet that has been speculating with him being gay and in a relationship that @Louis_Tomlinson denied vehemently on twitter a few times. Like, Louis Tomlinson didn’t seemed fazed at all by the fact that Yahoo has been writing articles about them like crazy (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, not counting today’s) even though @Louis_Tomlinson lashed out because of ONE article that only said that he was showing support to the LGBTQ community and not once mentioned his own sexuality or speculated with it.

In fact, Yahoo wrote ANOTHER article after today’s interview, didn’t Louis Tomlinson tell these people to cut it out? They were right there. Why does @Louis_Tomlinson do all the hard work? Is Louis Tomlinson a coward? Or did @Louis_Tomlinson forget? More to it, Louis Tomlinson actually addressed directly the bandmate Yahoo has been linking him to for the first time in a LONG time, even though, apparently, @Louis_Tomlinson doesn’t get on with him anymore because of the rumours.

I have to ask myself if Louis Tomlinson has some sort of personality disorder that splits him two opposite halves. And I have to admit that I like Louis Tomlinson way more than @Louis_Tomlinson.

If we were to guess who you think Louis Tomlinson would choose when One Direction were asked who their Man Crush, erm, Fridays were - well, we wouldn’t even need to guess would we? WE KNOW YOU.

Sadly though, you’d all be WRONG as Louis apparently has his eyes set on another set of curly locks that belong to an outspoken comedian that often speaks with words that we don’t really understand. Yes, we’re talking RUSSELL BRAND here. You know, that smoking hot, London-bred heartthrob. Ahem.

Soz Harry.


Speaking to the London Lesbian & Gay Switchboard about encouraging fans to be themselves, whatever their sexuality (

Yahoo is WILD:

(…)

However, with all this Larry evidence that has been floating around lately what we were more interested in was, obviously, Louis Tomlinson’s reaction to the concept of Harry bonking Obama, and it was our fave thing ever:

Note the raised eyebrows, the steady face, and the slight little nod and smile as Harry goes on to (kind of) deny it?

We reckon that speaks VOLUMES.

Ugh there’s so much fond, we can hardly deal with it. 

Lou then goes on to ask Harry: “Does that give you some power in the White House then? Maybe.”

Before Harry replies, still obviously in a state of bewilderment: “Yeah maybe…”

(…)

The Larry feels unfortunately come to an end when Harry asks: “Did you want me to confirm or deny?”

That, ladies and gents, is how you deal with utterly ridiculous rumours like an absolute pro. 

Kudos to you, Harry and Louis, kudos to you.

And they’re still going to get interviews and they don’t give a fuck. And I am WIDE EYED.

FOCUS ON THE BOLDED ONES.

NOV 1ST:

Yahoo Celebrity UK caused quite the meltdown. A good kind of meltdown. Yahoo states they have not been hacked. Found it ridiculous. Yahoo is Larry AF. Yahoo ships Larry. Yahoo implying that Louis’ reaction to Taylor Swift’s name is a proof that Larry is realTheir opinion on compementary tattoos is HI OOPSTheir favorite tattoos are the anchor and ropeCompass to SHIPDon’t forget the hand actions for chicken stuffed with mozzarella wrapped in parma ham with a side of homemade mashYou are HI to my OOPSA side of what? Homemade mash! Admitted they lost their chillMake Yahoo Celeb UK your management proposal acceptedA random sequence of events has lead to something special #LarryEven as young as you are? Yeah yeah cutesy smilesI’d marry you Harry because it rhymes, duhWe are totally cool with having a gay couple in a boyband.   

 The interviewer Stephanie who was with them at the Yahoo Interview also became LARRY AF.  Most importantly she sets straight that she won’t get fired and will not be in any kind of problemWhy she got convinced of LarryAlways in my heart. ShipLoving The Larries mugLouis’ reaction to Taylor Swift’sname. Not trolling us. Would never do thatYou are a ship to my compassWants to be a GodLarent. Heck yesHarry and Louis are adorable togetherH/L did not do anything naughtyQueen of the Larry shippersThe interview was the final straw for her to believe in HLWe don’t need a piece of paper from the city hallH/L never hated each otherHI/OOPSHi to my OOPSDoes not mind staying the rabbit hole called Larry fandomThe OOPSPromised there will be only positive articles coming from them.

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DEC 11TH:

They are granted another OT5 interview... So tell me why they risked their position with 1D.. unless… unless…. UNLESSS….

"Ever since the song ‘18’ appeared on One Direction's new album 'Four', Directioners have been furiously speculating who it's about.

The super soppy love song, which was written by the oh so talented Ed Sheeran, harks back to a teenage romance, with the lyrics saying stuff like “I wanna love like you made me feel when we were 18”. 

JUST WHO COULD IT POSSIBLY BE REFERRING TO?

And now the beautiful flame-haired man himself Mr Sheeran has (somewhat) put us all out of our misery by chatting exclusively to Yahoo Celebrity about the background to the song.


Asked if he had someone specifically in mind when he wrote the track for the boys he said: “I kinda wrote it from their perspective.”

Hmm, we wonder which boy’s perspective *that* was? Like we couldn’t guess…

Ed previously told Capital that it was the first song he’d lined up just with them in mind, saying: “I’m really happy with the record that I wrote for them. It’s the first record I’ve actually specifically written for them.

"The other ones were my records that just didn’t make it only my album, just because I had too many slow songs. But this one, I remember I had a meeting with them and he said we need a song. And the day after I wrote it and sent it over, and they sound great on it! It’s good.

But the 23-year-old told us he’s not sure if the song will ever be anything other than an album track. He said: “I don’t know if they’re ever gonna use it cos they’re using songs that they wrote so we’ll see what happens.”” -(x)

Gavin Creel to join Broadway's 'Book of Mormon'

NEW YORK (AP) — Gavin Creel is going back to an old role in a new place: He’s joining the cast of Broadway’s “The Book of Mormon.”