Looks like somebody left their clothes on the bedroom floor!
On Thursday, Liam Payne sent his fans into a tizzy as he shared a selfie in which he was nearly-nude, except for a strategically placed bed sheet.
“Night Chicago,” he wrote alongside the scintillating snap.
Although the 24-year-old singer appeared to delete the image from his Instagram story, the moment was fortunately preserved by many of his rapturous fans.
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Payne — who’s currently performing across America as part of the iHeartRadio Jingle Ball Tour — previously told PEOPLE that while he was on tour, he looked forward to getting to spend some time with fellow Brit Sam Smith.
“I’m really happy Sam will be there. I love Sam. He’s the best,” Payne — who welcomed a son, Bear, with girlfriend Cheryl Cole in March — said. “And I know that we’re gonna have a good night out afterwards.”
Payne and Smith, 25, recently bonded when the One Direction alum offered the “Too Good at Goodbyes” singer a taste of his new tunes.
“It was very sophisticated, let’s put it that way. And yeah, it was a late . It was good though,” Payne says. “We had a really rubbish Bluetooth speaker, and I was showing him some of my songs. His friends were doing really inappropriate dance moves to them, so I’m happy that I can create that kind of vibe.”
Payne’s former band-mate Niall Horan has also been taking part in the festive tour and both musicians seemed in good spirits as they posed backstage together in Los Angeles.
“@NiallOfficial good to see you bro,” Payne wrote alongside the friendly picture, which he shared on social media.
— Liam (@LiamPayne) December 2, 2017
While some have speculated whether friendships between One Direction members remain strong as they pursue solo careers, Payne has remained proud of his 1D comrades.
“I think that it’s all happening for the best,” Payne told PEOPLE. “Everyone is really enjoying their success at the moment. I’m super proud of them all for doing their own thing and doing it in their own way.”