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Niall Horan says he's 'feeling the nerves' ahead of One Direction's Croke Park gig

And will somebody PLEASE get this superstar a kebab?

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ONE DIRECTION’S Mullingar lad Niall Horan has said he is “feeling the nerves” ahead of the band’s huge shows in Croke Park this weekend.

Speaking this afternoon as the boy band travelled to the venue, he said they were excited but also apprehensive.

“It’s here. Finally,” he said. “It’s a big dream of all of ours to play at Croke Park, so it’s all here and it’s happening. The boys are on their way.”

Some 240,000 people will see One Direction over three nights in Ireland’s largest stadium. And speaking to the Nicky Byrne Show on 2FM, Horan said he is expecting big things from his home crowd:

The lads and even in the crew, everyone knows how crazy the Irish crowds are. We’re doing a world tour and it’s the biggest show on the tour.

The 20-year-old has spent the last couple of days back in his home town.

Asked what he’d been up to, he said that he and his friends had had… basically the typical midweek Irish night out.

We went for a couple of pints and then we went to get a kebab and the kebab shop was closed.

He also met two of his teachers from school in one of the local bars. Morto.

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