Liam Payne wants another One Direction album


Cheryl may have already been married twice before, but it doesn't look like she'll be making it down the aisle for a third time with Liam Payne.

The former Girls Aloud star took to Twitter to support Payne ahead of his solo debut single, Strip That Down, being released this Friday.

Cheryl nearly broke up with boyfriend Liam Payne over the phone.

Opening up about the moment things nearly all ended between himself and his girlfriend (or possibly wife?) Liam told The Sun that Cheryl called him a while ago - long before the two became parents to bay Bear - and tried to break things off.

After the collapse of "One Direction", the heartthrobs branched out to different genres instead of leaning to their pop roots.

"I feel myself growing every day as a person, as we all do, just getting older and wiser hopefully".

Plus, Liam proved he's #BoyfriendGoals with the lovely things he said about Cheryl.

He said that they're happily focusing on raising their child.

While the response to Harry Styles' new, rock-tinged music has been overwhelmingly positive, the "Sign of the Times" singer does have at least one critic - former One Direction bandmate Liam Payne. News that there was no secret marriage between Cheryl and Liam.

Everything was then confirmed in March this year when the couple announced they'd welcome a baby boy into the world on Wednesday 22nd March.

"I've come a long way since our One Direction debut, and I hope everyone likes my new sound as much as I do", he said. Speaking to The Sun newspaper, Liam joked: "I always, always had a crush on her". We are all madly in love and overwhelmingly happy with our little arrival. When a fan replied asking him to define soon, this was his cheeky response.

Asked how he felt about having the Suffolk superstar wanting to work with him on his solo stuff, the 23-year-old sang Ed's praises to the heavens.

Liam joins our very own Darryl Morris on his show on Monday night (22nd May) from 7pm!

Zayn's choice was perhaps the most accurate depiction of what kind of music he wanted to make as a solo artist.