The One Direction band jumped to fame internationally in 2011 thanks to the success of the song 'What Makes You Beautiful' after starting their professional career in the British contest 'The X Factor' and at that time none of the five original components couldreally imagine how much life was going to change them.
One of the unwritten records of the record industry dictates that fans should never be criticized or complained about their devotion samples so as not to seem ungrateful, but Niall Horan has now skipped to admit that he came to feel that he was in a speciesof prison in which the same people had been locked in a star.
'It happened to me a couple of times, because we were between 17 and 19 years old.For me it was very hard because I always need to be doing something and see me sudden.
'Then you can't understand what is happening through a fan's brain.Now I understand, really, but at that time I couldn't help thinking: 'But they are our age!Let us leave!We just want to walk quietly on the street, '' he added.
Specifically, Niall remembers a trip to Lima, in Peru, in which he gave Bruces with reality and understood that he could no longer make improvised plans in the countries he visited with his groupmates without a safety device for a safety device via.
'When we got up the next morning after arriving in the city, Louis and I started playing FIFA, and Liam came to look for us to leave because we had agreed to go to a shopping center.Louis had the curtains closed and told us to take a look outside.It turns out that the police had made a count and there were 10.000 people on the street ', explained.