anonymous asked:

Yeah later in the interview "he" is asked what he remembers most about each of the boys and for the rest it's like caring, appetite, sense of humor, but for Louis it's "smile on his face when he's playing diva" which is very underhanded

Anonymous said: I went to google the French article, here’s a post The OP did end up taking down their original post and then later posted a message saying that that particular French magazine was infamous for making up interviews and to stop reblogging their post. So the interview is prob 99% fake.


Yeah, I remember a particular French magazine printing an article about how Eleanor had cheated on Louis, using old pictures of her at a party from when it was plainly clear how much younger she looked. 

Can’t trust French magazines apparently. But still, yikes what a thing to have circulating in any media, supposedly a quote by you at a time like this… 

Some guys were walking past us and were calling him gay and shit like that but Louis just told them to fuck off and that he wouldn’t do them anyway (his bodyguard quickly shut him up)
—  I  LOVE LOUIS ( x )

Mass Effect 4: Leaked Details (rumor)

  • Takes place in the Helius Cluster in the Andromeda Galaxy, far removed by time and space from Commander Shepard’s heroic acts and the final events of the Mass Effect trilogy. 
  • You are a pathfinder, a combat trained but untested explorer leading an expedition into the Helius cluster to establish a new home for humanity.
  • This series of solar systems is over 4x the size of Mass Effect 3. 
  • Scour solar systems and planets within the Helius Cluster to find valuable resources and blueprints of long forgotten alien technology that will allow you to craft better equipment and weapons, such as improving your leg armor to allow you to jetpack jump, or upgrading your cryo-beam (laser cannon) to target enemies or do area damage around you to clear out close threats. As you build your arsenal and resource infrastructure, you will be able to explore deeper into the Helius Cluster.
  • To survive and colonize the wild reaches of space, you will need to grow your arsenal, your ship, your crew and make strategic (and often uneasy) alliances to fight against increasingly menacing foes. 
  • Along the way, you will encounter the remains of a once powerful and mysterious alien race, the Remnant, whose forgotten technology holds the key to gaining power in this region of the galaxy. As you uncover who the Remnant were, and the mysteries their ruins contain, you are drawn into a violent race to find the source of their forgotten technology that will determine the fate of humanity. 
  • Throughout the story, you will recruit seven distinct crew members to fight by your side. Each crew member has a unique personality and specific abilities that open up strategic options as you choose which two of them to bring into each mission. For example, Cora has the ability to deploy a biotic shield that protects everyone in the bubble while still allowing you and your squad to fire out of it. Your crew will grow alongside you as you explore the Helius Cluster, and you can choose how you upgrade your crew’s weapons, gear and abilities to increase their individual combat effectiveness. 
  •  Increase each crew member’s loyalty by pursuing missions that are important to that specific character. For example, when a Krogan colony ship has been stolen by one of the outlaw factions leaving the colonists stranded without resources to survive, your Krogan squad mate, Drack, is determined to strike out against them. If you take the mission and help him track down the outlaws’ hideout to return the ship to its rightful owners, Drack’s loyalty toward you and your squad will increase and Drack will unlock a brand new skill tree. 
  • “Horde” multiplayer pits you and up to three of your friends against waves of enemy troops on various battlefields throughout the galaxy. 
  • During certain conversations, you will be able to take action based choices, such as the option to pull out your gun and force someone to open a door instead of convincing them to do it through conversational guile. Action based choices give you more options for how you approach dialogue with characters in the game and can lead to more extreme outcomes on the story as it evolves around the decisions you make when interacting with a huge cast of NPC characters. 
  • Discover new things in Andromeda Galaxy, like alien artifacts and natural wonders, that serve as trophies and decorations that you can use to modify the look of your character, Tempest (Space Ship) and Mako (land vehicle). Customize the way your squad and your character look with clothes and aesthetic modifications that you unlock throughout the game. Photos you take from the far reaches of the galaxy can be used to decorate your starship or sold to certain characters. 

It’s necessary to point out Dragon Age: Inquisition was leaked in the same way - via an unverified survey. Chris Wynn has also hinted at ME4 taking place in Andromeda. I want to believe, if only because of: 

Finally, get your Mako looking the way you want with a custom paintjob.

Imagine this, but pink.

If you think about it, a pregnancy rumour is an excellent hetero-image stalling tactic and even better than him getting a ‘girlfriend’ and being seen 'loved up’ with her all over town.

Sure, it’s quick, it’s dirty (and it’s hella unfair on the fans) but it’s effective as hell; unlike him getting another fake girlfriend, this story will travel far in a short amount of time.

Watch, they’ll wait until the rumour hits all the major news and gossip outlets before they shut it down.

Then once they’ve denied it, it goes away and they can move on, but it’s still subconsciously remembered by the public and they’ve bought Louis’ supposed heterosexuality some more semi-believable grace time.