Liam Payne Pens Sweet Tribute To His One Direction Fellow Louis Tomlinson

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Liam Payne has penned a moving post about his former One Direction bandmate Louis Tomlinson as the latter premiered his documentary. all those voices.

The film promises to give “an intimate, no-frills look” at the singer, showing fans the ups and downs of both his career and personal life, and will open for a limited time in theaters starting next week.

After the premiere in London’s Leicester Square this week, Liam took to his Instagram to apologize to Louis for not being there for him enough in the 1D days.

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“I’m so sorry I was so crazy and didn’t do better for you. I feel ashamed in those moments for not being as good a friend as you have been to me,” he wrote. “At least now I have time and it’s me again, so I’ll try to make amends.

“I am emotionally exhausted watching the movie and I only did an hour and a half, you lived it and I am so proud of how you did it not only with incredible music but with passion and desire to get up from the canvas. every time life hits you and you fight back.

“I’m so thankful to have you in my life mate[.] I feel very lucky and I know you know that, but you were part of a small group of people who literally saved my life, you pulled me out of something so dark that I had never shared it, but your approach is something I admire and aspire to. so that one day I can do the same.

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“Thank you Louis and congratulations, you deserve all these moments, every view you can see, every applause you hear and all the love you are receiving from the world.
You worked harder than any of us to get here and now the world can see that from your side…”

Joe Anderton is a freelance news writer at Digital Spy.

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