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Louis Tomlinson Hires Rihanna To Sing To Girlfriend On B-Day
Now that One Direction is famous, the boys have connections that they would not have otherwise and Louis Tomlinson is the prime example here. Louis bought his girlfriend, Eleanor Calder a Disney themed cake and had her favorite singer sing her “Happy Birthday”. Louis asked Rihanna to do the honors and she agreed. While we sadly have no video of the amazing gift he gave his love, it was a great touch that shows he listens to her. As for what he had written on the cake, here it is.
Happy Birthday Eleanor. Lots of love, Louis
It was a lovely touch that will have many girls pining for Louis. How can they not, once we all learn what a sweet and lovely guy he is? It is a pretty big deal to spoil someone else in your life and that is what he did. I am sure she loved it and he must have felt like a million bucks to make her dream come true. It had to be a highlight for him that even winning awards or seeing fans at his concert cannot replace. I just wish that we were able to see the surprise take place to see how he pulls it off. But I can understand how he might be worried that his personal life becoming more public than it already is.
How do you like his gift? It was touching and something truly custom to her. It had to take months to pull off, but he made it happen and that is the main point. Maybe he can write a book on how to pull off surprise parties? I think he knows a thing or two about them. He clearly knew what he was doing there! However, I will say that party planning is likely not his cup of tea. I doubt he would want to write a book about it, but it was a fun thought. Would you buy a party planning book by him, if he ever does write one?