Queuing in line for a day paid off. The front row was even better than you imagined it would be. Of course, the security was annoying and serious but the boys were hilarious and although the pressure from the girls wanting to get closer to them built, you and your friend were still having the time of your lives. Your friend was captivated by Niall but all you thought about was Louis in those black tight jeans and black tank top.
Harry was quieting down the audience.
“Now, I’m gonna count until three and you try to be as quiet as you can.”
The boys were all around him, talking between each other until Harry’s glare weighed on them so much that they stood quiet. Harry shook his head and turned to the crowd.
“One… Two… Three!” the girls were still screaming in the pit so Harry found the culprit and and put his hands on his side, just like a mother would, and the girls were quiet.
He shushed the crowd a little more and right at that moment Louis was giggling with Niall.
You turned to your friend and told her “Gosh I’m so thirsty right now.” she shrugged not being able to help because she didn’t have water with her but someone else heard you.
Louis was looking right at you and crossed the stage to reach for his water and threw at you giving you thumbs up. You were shocked but still managed to mouth a thank you trying to seem normal.
Your friend kept slapping your arm in excitement “Y/N! He gave you his bottle!”
It was hard to believe but it was true. Some girls tried snatching it from you but you opened it and drank it defensively, until the next song came on and you were left alone.
For the rest of the concert, Louis appeared to be walking more often on your side of the stage, singing lyrics right in front of you and throwing you what now you counted as five water bottles, standing half full at the bottom of your feet.
“If anyone needs water, this girl’s got half a store!” Louis joked pointing at you as you covered your face from all the eyes that were now on you.
At the end of Best Song Ever, Louis’ part was already sung so he find a way to find you in the crowd and told the security guard that was in front of you to let you pass as soon as the song was over so that you could met him backstage.
Everything seemed surreal but when the man told you these very words, you had to agree. You would be crazy not to.
The man opened the gate just enough to let you pass and waving goodbye to your friend you made your way to the back.
You were shaking and excited and you hoped that you could keep your cool and impress Louis.
The man lead you to a black door, knocked and left you without saying a word.
The door opened and you found a very cute and sweaty Louis.
“Hey water girl, glad you could make it.” you entered the room and looked around at the rack of clothes he probably uses for different concerts, a couch with some chips and then back up at Louis.
“You weren’t supposed to hear that! But thanks for the water, I could have died.”
He chuckled and showed you a table with more water.
“I’m sure you would’ve. Here’s some more, you know, if you’re thirsty for other reasons.”
You blushed and nodded. “Great job on stage, by the way. Loved No Control.”
His eyes lit up and you knew you’d said the right thing
“I had so much fun singing that!” Louis was adorable and very funny and kind but it was almost midnight and you needed to get home before your parents worried about you.
“Listen, I have to go. I wish I didn’t but this wasn’t exactly planned.”
“Nah it’s cool. Just wanted to have a chat with you. You seemed fun and you sang along to all the songs so thank you.”
You were about to walk out when he spoke, “Maybe a hug? And a selfie? You know, I don’t do this often.” you smiled and gave him the tightest hug you could muster and he took the picture both with his phone and yours.
“Hope to see you again!”
“Me too, trust me.” he smiled and left you to explain for the next week this amazing story to all your friends.