I must truly be seeing the world through ot5 tinted glasses because when I see “I never really wanted to be there” all I hear is “I had a sick time mate, so keep laughing”. All I see are a million gifs of Zayn laughing and smiling with the rest of them and calling Niall just to make him smile and looking at Harry and saying “I know the real you” and carrying Liam offstage and on and on and on and…
like…to be stuck in a place or a situation where you feel creatively stifled and out of place and unhappy is the WORST but having friends within arm’s reach going through it with you and making things a little lighter and laughing with you and cheering you up when you get down is such a saving grace. The thing you are doing is not the same thing as the people you’re doing it with, you know? You can feel sour about one and not the other. You can find joy in the midst of an unsatisfactory situation. You can love your friends but need to leave. All of this can be true at the same time.
We are at a cafe near his CBS office, drinking tea and a deathly-greenish concoction that contains all of the vegetables that the carb-dodging Corden needs for the day. Waiting to pay, we run into a friend of mine who is worried about the wayward habits of a member of One Direction (friends of Corden’s who have collaborated with his executive producer, Ben Winston). “Don’t worry,” says Corden. “They’re good boys. He’ll be fine.”
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