‘We’ve Blaged It’: Louis Tomlinson Talks One Direction’s Amazing Global Success

One Direction are currently selling out stadiums across the globe, but according to band member Louis Tomlinson, he doesn’t think that the band deserve the success that they’ve had, because they’re actually “little scumbags.”

1D’s final leg of their Where We Are tour is fast approaching, but when Louis was quizzed by The Sun in a recent interview, he said that he still doesn’t think that the five piece deserve to be playing stadiums like Wembley, for example.

“I feel like we’ve blagged it again,” he told the publication’s Dan Wooton. “You look at the names of who’s played at Wembley and you almost feel like you’re not worthy of it. We just feel like we’re just little scumbags.”

Louis then added: “For people like us to be playing stadiums, it’s just the biggest thing in the world.”

Louis still can’t believe how much success 1D have had (WENN)

Despite this, fans are still snapping up those tickets to see the boys on the road, with a whopping 90,000 fans expected to watch their fave band perform the first of their two Los Angeles gigs at Pasadena Rose on September 11. So far, 1D are expected to have made a whopping $200 million from the European and North American legs of their tour.

The boys are currently on a little break before their US tour continues, and they’ll then take a rather short hiatus before returning to the stage with their On The Road Again tour next year – hitting those stadiums once again. Make the most of that break, boys!