The JLS lads performed their very last show together at the o2 Arena in London last night and millions of screaming girls will have gone home crying into a box of Kleenex.
Well… we say millions of girls, but we also know that a certain Niall Horan got a little teary over JLS’ farewell last night. In his words, he was “ballin”.
We take it the 1D guys were invited down to the o2 last night to see the JLS lads bring their Farewell Tour to a close.
This morning, Niall tweeted that it was an “emotional one” last night and the “tears were flowing”.
He tweeted: “Jesus ! That was an emotional one last night! tears were flowing all round! Congrats t the jls lads. What a career. Love u boys ! (sic)”.
Horan, who is clearly the totes emosh member of the group went on to post a second tweet, which read: “That’s when I started ballin !”
He attached a picture of Aston Merrygold, Marvin Humes, Oritse Williams and JB Gill huddled around together, with a quote edited onto the picture reading: “We will always remain brothers and friends and we’ll always be your boys”.
Oh bloody hell… pass us the tissues!
That's when I started ballin ! pic.twitter.com/mbAZ91Jy7u
— Niall Horan (@NiallOfficial) December 23, 2013
It would seem that Liam Payne had an amazing time at the o2 last night as well, but it wasn’t quite as emotional as Niall’s – were they watching the same gig?
“Had an amazing night watching @JLSOfficial, amazing guys, brilliant music!” he tweeted.
But, Liam Payne is FAR too excited about Christmas to go crying over JLS! On Thursday, Liam tweeted that he was excited for Christmas and just a mere 4 days after, he felt the need to let his 14-million strong followers know once again how much he’s looking forward to the festive period.
Last night he tweeted: “I know ive said this before but I cannot wait for christmasss 🙂 (sic)”.
Let’s just hope that humbug Harry Styles is feeling a little more festive now, following his dismal tweet the other day.
On Saturday, Styles tweeted: “It still feel like it’s too early to say ‘Merry Christmas’. And it’s just not (Sic)”.