Louis Tomlinson Slips on the Stage During One Direction's Australian Show


Louis Tomlinson, One Direction
The British boyband is delivering energetic performance of their hit song, 'Kiss You', when Tomlinson suddenly slips and falls.


Louis Tomlinson had an embarrassing night when he and other One Direction members kicked off the Australian leg of their Take Me Home tour on Monday night, September 23. The 21-year-old boybander took a tumble when he was taking the stage at Adelaide Entertainment Centre.

Tomlinson and other members performed their hit song, "Kiss You", on the stage that was left wet after the boys had a bit of water fight. They sang and danced energetically to the song when Tomlinson suddenly slipped and fell

Other members, who looked amused, didn't pause their performance and continued singing the song while approaching Tomlinson to tease him. Tomlinson took some time to regain his composure before standing again and resuming his performance like nothing had happened.

Despite the incident, One Direction still managed to have fun in Australia. After the show, Niall Horan tweeted, "Yessss adelaide ! One of the loudest crowds ever! What a night ! That's it! TMHT is back on the road."



© AceShowbiz.com


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