One Direction's Liam Payne Reveals Strange Life Goal: 'I Want To Be A Sloth'
One Direction's Liam Payne Reveals Strange Life Goal: 'I Want To Be A Sloth'The band member 'thinks the world would be a beautiful place upside down'
It may be a rather odd statement to make, but One Direction band member Liam Payne has admitted to wanting to be a sloth, saying that he has 'always wanted to see the world upside down'.
But, Directioners don't fret! The heart-throb hasn't gone too crazy, he gave the strange answer when asked what kind of animal he'd like to be if given the choice.
“I’d be a sloth.” Liami told Top of the Pops magazine.
“They’re pretty lazy and don’t have to look that impressed because they just hang around all day. And the world upside down would be a beautiful thing.”
And maybe Zayn would also like to transform into a sloth as well, with Liam labelling the Bradford born cutie 'the laziest member of One Direction'.
Speaking about Zayn's bedroom antics, Liam told the mag: "It's 100 per cent Zayn. He never gets out of bed."
"In fact, he was third into the car today so he did quite well, but he is incredibly lazy."
He continued, "He's not lazy in an 'I can't be bothered to get you a drink' way, just in the way he sleeps, cos he's always the last to get up."
Wonder what Zayn has to say to that?
And Liam didn't stop there, he also labelled curly-haired cutie Harry Styles, 'dirty Harry' when the guys hit Laser Quest for a fun-filled lads day recently.
Although the curly-haired heart throb may currently be all loved up with country singer Taylor Swift, it seems like Liam isn't going to let Harry forget his womaniser ways anytime soon, giving him the dirty new nickname.
An insider from their recent adventure to Laser Quest told the Daily Star: "Liam joked that they should all start calling him Dirty Harry after Clint Eastwood in the movie."
"So that was it - he was Dirty Harry all night."
"He didn't seem to mind at all and they were saying it had a double meaning given his exploits with the women," the source added.
Do you think Harry's new nickname will catch on?