Hundreds of One Direction fans have turned out to catch a glimpse of Louis Tomlinson at the Keepmoat Stadium ahead of a match this evening.
Directioners descended into London's Leicester Square in their thousands this evening, for the world premiere of One Direction: This is Us.
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Doncaster's Louis Tomlinson and his bandmates in One Direction have topped Heat magazine's Rich List for under-30s with combined earnings estimated at £59.33 million.
The group have had a string of hit singles, a movie and toured the globe after they first formed on the X-Factor in 2010.
Their third album is due to be release at the end of November.
Last night fans met Louis Tomlinson at a charity Doncaster Rovers match at the Keepmoat Stadium. Louis had to pull out of playing due to an injury. If you were there, see if you can spot yourself in the crowd in our video.
It's the subs bench for One Direction's Louis Tomlinson this evening at Doncaster Rover's Keepmoat Stadium. He was due to play his first competitive match for Rovers Reserves against Scunthorpe United Reserves.
But he had to pull out after failing to recover from a tackle from Aston Villa's Gabriel Agbonlahor during another charity match earlier this month. The boyband star signed for Rovers as a non-contract player last month and was given squad number 28.
He used to work at the Keepmoat Stadium on matchdays before finding fame with the group through The X Factor. And he is now raising money for the Bluebell Wood Children's Hospice through the club. He's already tweeted of his disappointment at not being able to play tonight.