When asked which of the group members he'd like to walk down Old Kent Road with, Payne replied, "To be honest with you, more than anyone, probably Harry".
Harry Styles' new album 'Fine Line' is ready to become the biggest album of the year, so we couldn't let the opportunity pass without letting Harry answer your questions about it! "I'm like the anti-Christ version of what Harry is".
Liam also shared his opinion on Harry's Met Gala fashion that included the infamous 'big pants'.
As you know, the guys have been dropping their solo projects.
'For me, it's a case of fair play to him for doing what he f***ing wants. "If he wants to wear an earring and go to the Met Gala with something unexpected, what about that?" I'd look f- - king...
However, Harry Styles album is going to release on December 13, 2019, fans have already pre-ordered the album. Apart from this Liam Payne also received an excellent response for his debut album LP1.
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That being said, during a previous interview for Esquire, Liam admitted that he does feel a sense of competition with them.
"We send homing pigeons to each other", he quipped to Esquire.
"They used to compare me to Gary Barlow".
"I tried to get rid of that a little bit". One Direction was my office. It brings you back to normality. But, now, sadly, Liam thinks he doesn't even know what he'd say to Harry if he bumped into at the pub (or, more likely, the Chiltern Firehouse). "And that's not his fault or my fault, it's just the way that that laid out, when you've been put in that room together and then exposed to this whizz-bang of fame". That's the most exciting part, having people hear it for the first time.
Musically, the pair have also developed very different styles since embarking on their solo ventures, with Liam adding: 'I mean, look at the stuff I put out and the stuff Harry puts out.
The "Kiwi" singer finds it "bittersweet" letting people hear his work for the first time because it no longer exclusively belongs to him but it's also "exciting" finding out what others think of it.