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Liam Payne Was Just Spotted In Toronto

Liam Payne Was Just Spotted In Toronto

CALLING ALL DIRECTIONERS, your 3rd favourite One Direction member is IN Toronto. Right. Fking Now. 

Last night, Liam performed his hot new singles 'Strip That Down' and 'Get Low' for the IHeartRadio Beach Ball to an amazing crowd in Vancouver. 

via @liampayne

Yesterday was also the 7 year anniversary of the band that made the star, pop-culture phenomenon One Direction. Liam took to Twitter to share these tweets about his time in the boy band. 

7 years ago today my life changed forever, beyond my wildest dreams, I'd like to thank everyone who has helped me along the way...

September 4, 2017

To my four band mates and brothers thank you so much along with all of our fans we really are "the greatest team the world has ever seen"🙌🏼

September 4, 2017

Liam was spotted this morning just outside of Sugar Beach doing some radio promo for his singles. God knows if he's staying in the city for the day, but we would check out these celeb spot spots to try your luck!  

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