Niall Horan has been in Toronto for the past few days doing TV and radio promo for his new single Nice To Meet Ya. The former One Direction member released the song after nearly two years since his first album, Flicker. Niall Horan's new single has people calling him a "sex symbol" while in Toronto. 

Horan did interviews with ET Canada, The Social, and etalk, among others. His new single premiered as a music video on YouTube on October 4.

On Wednesday, Horan did an interview at The Social and was certainly well-loved by the female hosts. Melissa Grelo stumbled over her words at one point, possibly because of her nerves from sitting so close to Ireland's sweetheart. 

"So we imagine that that kind of success inevitability would put pressure on you perhaps to repeat that sex--success," Grelo said, before admitting to her Freudian slip.

Horan seemed to enjoy the slip-up, and even took to Twitter afterward to retweet the video with a string of laughing emojis and said he had "so much fun with you beautiful ladies."

I'm sure the cheeky Irishman loves the attention, what young males wouldn't like being adored by millions of women over the world?

However, the real fun for Horan was during his interview on etalk where Ben Mulroney called Nice To Meet Ya a "pretty sexy song." He then followed up by asking, "Are you comfortable with being a sex symbol?"

"Jesus, I don't know if I've ever been told that before so I'll take it from wherever I can get it from," Horan sheepishly exclaimed. 

Nice To Meet Ya is, in fact, a sexy song, and the music video opens with a Victoria's Secret Angel-esque woman sneaking out of Horan's house who we later find out he met at a bar the night before. He then spends the duration of the video looking for the girl who got away.

Heads up ladies, Horan is currently single and definitely ready to mingle.


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