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Niall Horan Performs Live On James Corden Show

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For his first performance in “The late late show with James Corden”, Niall Horan plays “Nice To Meet Ya”. To promote his upcoming album, he will be joining James Corden throughout the week. So, the fans of the ex-member of One Direction, you are going to have some good moments this week.

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During the episode, he discussed his upcoming album “Heartbreak Weather”, which drops on March 13, 2020. “Nice To Meet Ya” is also part of the album. More songs of the album include “No Judgement” and “Put a Little Love on Me”. They also discussed how he made this album. About which he said:

When I listen to albums, I like to listen to them start to finish. With Heartbreak Weather, I wanted to tell the story that was in my head, hopefully lead people down the storytelling lane of an album tracklisting versus just ‘I’m gonna skip to the next one.’ I was trying to think how I could write a different album than the usual… I wanted to write songs from different sides or from someone else looking in.

Other than this, they talked about his career. From where he started to where he is now. Niall Horan appeared as a contestant in The X-factor alone but later became a member of the boy band “One Direction”. So, James Corden made him see his first-ever performance in The X-Factor. And Niall was so awkward during that moment. Well, can we blame him, it is how we all are when someone opens up old videos, right?

As his album is soon dropping, it is going to be followed by his tour around the globe, The tour starts from April 20, 2020. Buy your ticket here. Watch Niall Horan’s performance below:


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