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One Direction's boys claim their tour bus is surprisingly boring

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One Direction

The 'One Thing' hitmakers insist their pop star lifestyle isn't as exciting as it seems and there are never any girls or booze on the bus, only a PlayStation gaming console and a football.

Speaking at their 'Where We Are' stadium tour announcement at London's Wembley Stadium on Thursday, Liam Payne said: "We basically spend a lot of time on the tour bus playing PlayStation.

"We can't really sleep that well because [we're] too excited so we kinda get off the bus at 3 in the morning and have a kickabout wherever we are. It's been a bit mad really. So that's been some of the stuff."
Louis Tomlinson chimed in: "We're really not that exciting. Honestly, I can't think of anything."

However, notorious womaniser Harry Styles - who has been enjoying the single lifestyle since splitting from Taylor Swift - was shamed by his bandmates, who pointed out he'd ditched the boys and hopped on a different kind of bus in Norway to make his own fun.

As Harry covered his face with his hands, Liam cheekily said: "Harry went on a party bus in Oslo, that's the biggest thing."

The cheeky chaps were also quizzed about Niall Horan's homeland and what the best thing to come out of Ireland was, to which he replied, "My family".

The boys then embarked on a discussion about the merits of Irish sausages, which Niall told them were better than any other type, but Louis wasn't convinced.

He replied: "I just thought they tasted like normal sausages and they were just called Irish sausages."
One Direction will head to South America, the UK and Ireland on their 'Where We Are Tour' in 2014 kicking off proceedings on April 25 in Bogota, Columbia.

More dates in other countries are expected to be announced in the coming weeks.

 

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