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1D's Niall Horan can't wait to 'do nothing'

1D's Niall Horan can't wait to 'do nothing'

Niall Horan is looking forward to "doing nothing" now that One Direction are on hiatus.

The 22-year-old singer and his bandmates Liam Payne, Louis Tomlinson and Harry Styles have taken a break from the industry after five years as the world's most famous boyband, and Niall is excited about being able to take a break.

Niall said: "I am looking forward to being able to go home and just being able to enjoy the time off.

"I'm looking forward to that - I'm looking forward to just doing nothing,"

As one quarter of One Direction, Niall can rarely go a second without being noticed by fans, but is wondering whether the hiatus will change that.

During a chat on celebrity documentary 'Celebrity Bites', Niall said: "I wonder now in January if I walk down the street will people notice me? Is there a switch that flicks on and off? It probably won't happen at all."

One Direction took over the world when they were formed on UK television talent show The X Factor in 2010 after auditioning as solo singers.

But watching his audition for the programme back, Niall admits he comes across as a "cocky little idiot".

He said: "There's something about [The X Factor boss Cowell] Simon - everyone sees him as this, like, God or whatever. He is the X Factor.

"That's half the reason I was so nervous at my auditions and ended up looking like a cocky little idiot. It was just nerves."