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In a new interview with Esquire, Niall Horan has opened the heck up about his complete evolution from boy-bander, to solo artist.
Now that he has evolved, he has learned to handle the criticism too.
“Back in the day it used to be that you’d read stuff and be like, ‘Aw, is that what they think of me?’ But the way the world turns is you can do no right, so I’ve just gone past the point of caring," he says. "Apparently all these people who are writing to you are perfect, so they have every right to say that to you. So they can go f*ck themselves.”
He also opened up about being compared to his fellow 1D guys. "When we were in the band, [style] was something that I never really thought about. You could obviously tell that Harry was probably into it a little more than me at the time; it was something that he focused on more than I did,” he says.
So what has name Nialler change so much recently? Well, he claims that it's because he feels more comfortable just being himself. “I kind of just went with the times—what people were wearing at my age at that time," he tells Esquire. "But as I grew older and realised that I didn’t really care what I wore, I dived back into my musical roots and started dressing like they were back in the day and going for that kind of thing."