Singer Tony would have rather seen 1D than Paul McCartney
The singer thinks 1D should have closed the show, rather than Sir Paul McCartney.
‘If I’m honest I would have liked a really young band to have closed it,’ Tony, 52, told Absolute Radio.
‘If you’ve got Sir Steve Redgrave handing over the torch to the youngsters, it would have been nice to have had One Direction. They’re our biggest export at the moment, pure pop.
‘One Direction with the Royal Philharmonic, with about 100 singers in a choir, behind them.’
While this rumour hasn’t been confirmed, all five boys have been Tweeting about how much they’re enjoying the Games.
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