Louis Tomlinson: We are scumbags who don't deserve success

05 Sep 2014 / 03:47 H.

ONE Direction's Louis Tomlinson (pix) has admitted he doesn't feel the band are worthy of their global success and thinks the five guys are blaggers.
According to the 22-year-old singer, the band - who were formed on 'The X Factor' UK in 2010 - feel like they have "blagged" their global chart success and didn't feel worthy of ending their 'Where We Are' UK tour at London's Wembley Stadium in June.
He told The Sun newspaper: "I feel like we've blagged it again.
"You look at the names of who's played at Wembley and you almost feel like you're not worthy of it. We just feel like we're just little scumbags".
Louis' bandmate Liam Payne, 21, added that it meant a lot to the band - made up of Louis, Liam, Harry Styles, 20, Niall Horan, 20 and Zayn Malik, 21 - to be able to play at the world-renowned venue.
He said: "For people like us to be playing stadiums, it's just the biggest thing in the world."
Meanwhile, the 'Kiss You' hitmakers - who are currently working on their fourth studio album - sparked rumours of an upcoming split in recent months after it was reported that some of the boys were travelling and staying separately while on tour in US.
Simon Cowell - who created the band on 'The X Factor' - predicts they will make two more albums before splitting to pursue solo careers.
The 54-year-old father of one recently said: "Bands don't stay together forever. I think they will make at least two more albums together and they are in the middle of one right now." – Bang Media


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