Liam Payne’s girlfriend says they are ‘so over’ in new clip


It hasn't been the best year for the love lives of the One Direction lads, but we're hoping one couple can survive the distance.

Back in March, Zayn Malik quit the band following allegations he had cheated on his fiancée Perrie Edwards with a fan in Thailand, while just a week beforehand, Louis Tomlinson called his quits with his girlfriend of four years, Eleanor Calder.

Showing he's not about to let all the negativity get him down, Liam Payne recorded a brilliant video with his longtime girlfriend Sophia Smith last night, taking off the iconic Friends scene in which Rachel tells Ross they are "SO OVER." 

We have to say, Liam's Ross Gellar impersonation is pretty damn impressive…


I love this app aha #friends #ross #Rachel

A video posted by Liam Payne (@fakeliampayne) on

Liam and Sophia have clearly been making the most of their free time together, as One Direction enjoy a break from touring for a few weeks.

The band finished up the Australian and Asian legs of their On The Run tour last month, and have a clear schedule until kicking off the first of their European gigs next month.

Over the last week, the loved-up couple have been holidaying in the south of France, where they checked out the Formula One Grand Prix in Monaco and even enjoyed a short cruise with Topshop boss Sir Philip Green and Spice Girls star Geri Halliwell.

Liam has made no secret of how smitten he still is with Sophia, often taking to social media to let her know he misses her when the pair are not together:

We reckon these two are in it for the long haul.

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