Niall Horan Says He Doesn't Feel Like "Famous Niall" When He's Home

Niall Horan Says He Doesn't Feel Like "Famous Niall" When He's Home
Stephen Murphy
Stephen Murphy

29 Sep 2017

Niall Horan's been chatting about fame and coming home to Ireland and by the sound of things, he's still the same Mullingar lad who auditioned for the X Factor.

In an interview with Shortlist magazine, he said "All my school mates, friends from Ireland, I fall right back into that group, and I don't feel like Famous Niall Horan."

He also got chatting about coming home to Ireland, but that he hardly ever gets the chance with his busy schedule.

"I live half and half between London and LA. Last year I think I spent less than six days in Ireland, which is nuts", he said.

"I spent the first 16 years of my life there and now I can barely do a week."

He did admit to enjoying not being recognised and being able to walk around like a normal person, saying "In London people don't really pay attention to me – in a good way. I'm not saying everyone should know who I am, but I go on the Tube, or walk down the street, absolutely no problem."