One Direction’s Niall Horan Parties With Pop Starlet and Channels Inner Athlete

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Niall Horan recently got his party on at Virgin Media’s V Festival last weekend, where he was joined by fellow One Direction boys, Liam Payne and Louis Tomlinson and their respective girlfriends, Danielle Peazer and Eleanor Calder. Zayn Malik was off watching his own girl, Perrie Edwards, perform at a club instead. And while Horan may be playing Mr. Single right now, despite his “friendship” with Demi Lovato, it seems as if he had plenty of quality time with the female set at this fest.

The blond Irish cutie was rumored to be hanging close by Harry Styles’ cougar ex, Caroline Flack–although reports have suggested she was helping her ex out by keeping an eye on Horan, who’s been rumored to be partying a little too much via one too many beers and some tipsy behavior. Horan also ran into a girl closer to his own age, Alexandra Burke, the British pop recording artist and his gal pal, and they had some fun channeling their inner athlete and mimicking the signature actions of some of the best sports stars from the London 2012 Olympics.

File:Niall Horan 2012.jpgBurke tweeted out the proof via amusing Instagram photos of the pair making an “M” sign over their head. It’s the new “YMCA” in honor of track champion Mo Farah! Of course, they couldn’t leave speed demon, Usain Bolt, out of the picture and copied his lightning-bolt-like winner stance. It was quite the sight to behold, especially with Horan in his white tank top, printed with what looked to be a pair of hands holding prayer beads, and his spiked coif of hair.

And the songstress later added an adorable, albeit non-Bolt or -Farah inspired, shot of her and Niall Horan, with both sensations rocking slick shades. “So good seeing ma boy yesterday @Niallofficial x,” she posted, as Sugarscape reports. They look like they had a great time and like they can one-up each other’s fun personalities with cheese-ball stunts–even Olympic victory poses–any day.

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