Well, this is interesting. After HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY learned that Louis has been leaning on Harry, following his breakup, 1D’s tour rider allegedly leaked — and it seems like Louis has been relying on Harry so much that they may even be sharing a room on tour.
One Direction’s Tour Rider — Harry Styles & Louis Tomlinson Sharing Room?
One Direction‘s tour rider has reportedly been revealed, according to OceanUp. And it allegedly shows that the band only requires four rooms for all five of them, which potentially means that two band members share a room.
Obviously, Zayn recently left the tour in order to take care of his relationship with Perrie Edwards back home. But this tour rider was likely made before he left.
We’re not suggesting — at all — that Harry and Louis share a room for romantic purposes. What we think is that it’s very sweet of Harry to stay by Louis’ side during this difficult time in his life — if that is what he’s doing. After all, we have no idea why they only requested four rooms. But we do know that Louis is leaning on Harry.
Louis Tomlinson & Harry Styles Relationship: Bonding Since Eleanor Break Up
“Louis has definitely been leaning on Harry during his breakup and considers him his brother. Harry has been an amazing friend to Louis and really been lifting his spirits,” an insider shared.
That’s so sweet! We love that they take care of each other.
What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers? Are you glad that Louis is leaning on Harry during this difficult time? Vote in our poll and tell us how you feel!
(keep in mind that as of now the article has only been up for around 40 minutes, so there have likely been very few responders to the poll so far)
In case you haven’t heard – and at this point in the media blitz, it’s hard to imagine you haven’t – Chris Pratt lost quite a bit of weight to play the chiseled-abbed superhero Star-Lord in “Guardians Of The Galaxy.”
“New presidential candidate Rand Paul’s post-announcement media blitz took an unsavory turn Wednesday morning, when the Kentucky senator decided to play journalism professor with NBC’s Savannah Guthrie.
Paul repeatedly interrupted the Today co-anchor, who was challenging him on sensitive policy matters, then snapped at Guthrie when she followed-up and pressed for answers.
Guthrie held her ground as Paul twice accused her of “editorializing,” or injecting personal opinion into what were really pretty simple, legitimate questions about his positions on aid to Israel and the Iranian nuclear negotiations. (He has shifted on both questions, hence the cranky responses.)
Paul responded by offering the veteran political reporter and former White House correspondent some unsolicited advice on how to do her job:
Not the first time: Wednesday’s exchange mirrored another short-tempered performance, during a Feb. 2 interview with CNBC’s Kelly Evans. Paul shushed Evans after becoming irritated by a series of questions about tax policy and comments he’d made about anti-vaxxers.”