English funnyman James Corden hosted the Brit Awards earlier this week, for the third time, but it seems that it did not go down well with everyone. Mail Online's Paul Connolly criticised James for lacking a little, while Liam Payne has spoken out in defence of Corden
Paul Connolly wrote for the Mail Online, "You can imagine the consternation and despair in the Olly Murs household when they heard that Corden was presenting this year’s Brits. Murs, the big-jawed Desperate Dan of pop, knew that he couldn’t win an award – there just isn’t technology powerful enough to cram both Corden’s and Murs’s heads onto the same screen."
One Direction singer Liam Payne then jumped to the defence of James Corden, by taking to his official Twitter account to say, "Just read an article about James Corden by Paul Connolly who clearly thinks he's the most witty man to walk this earth... Only thing I found funny was this posed picture... Tad embarrassing Paul don't try and compete with the Corden mate."
Meanwhile, Liam Payne's One Direction bandmates, Niall Horan and Louis Tomlinson have been having there own little Twitter war, with singer Jake Bugg, who called the boyband terrible.