His world was rocked in December of the last year when Louis Tomlinson’s mother passed away but now the former One Direction singer has admitted that his mother Johannah Deakin’s dying wish was for him to make up withZayn Malik.
Louis has confessed that him and Zayn are now talking about are friends again after they fell out after he left One Direction.
Louis has said that ‘life’s too short’ to row and is not on talking terms with the singer.
Talking to The Sun, Louis said:
‘My mum said: “You’ve got to get back in contact with Zayn. Life’s too f*****g short”. A mother’s intuition is just f*****g crazy. It always felt supernatural to me. My mum always knew what I was feeling and what I wanted.’
He then Continued to say to the publication:
‘I can’t stand to hold a grudge with anyone. It doesn’t sit with me right. If there is any animosity, just clear the air. I met up with him and it was nice.
‘I would always see the good in Zayn and also watch him shoot himself in the foot with some of his decisions, but he’s just a little misunderstood.’
We are so glad that they have sorted things out now and it’s good that he has giving his mother his dying wish.
Adele’s album 21 came out more than a year ago now but it seems it’s still continuing to bring her success as it has been named BBC Radio 2 Album of the Year award and Song of the Year for her hit song Hello at the BBC MusicAwards.
“Thank you for this award. I feel a bit bad winning it as the album has been out for so long. But nevertheless, you know I love you. Always have and always will.
“I’d just like to say congratulations Adele, it’s an honour to accept this award on your behalf. It’s a beautiful album and you’re an incredibly deserving winner and also an amazing mom. The hardest-working mom in show business. Love you, Adele. Congratulations.”
After the show Robbie took to his Twitter account as he tweeted:
Make sure you have a look at the list of winners below.
Song of the Year WINNER: “Hello” by Adele
“Here” by Alessia Cara
“Hymn for the Weekend” by Coldplay
“Cake by the Ocean” by DNCE
“One Dance” by Drake (feat. Kyle & Wizkid)
“Sorry” by Justin Bieber
“Can’t Stop the Feeling!” by Justin Timberlake
“7 Years” by Lukas Graham
“Runnin’ (Lose It All)” by Naughty Boy (feat. Beyoncé & Arrow Benjamin)
“Work” by Rihanna (feat. Drake)
BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge Performance of the Year
“Sorry (Beyoncé cover)” by Christine and the Queens
“Love Yourself (Justin Bieber cover)” by Craig David
“Hurts” by Emeli Sandé WINNER: “What Makes You Beautiful (One Direction cover)” by The 1975 + Live Lounge Symphony
“Climax” by Usher