Liam Payne shows off his interior decor and answers bizarre fan questions in Twitter Q&A

Liam Payne gave his fans a sneak peek of his house during a Twitter Q&A on a chilly Saturday afternoon, and it looks beautiful, warm and cosy.

The One Direction star was having a chilled-out day and told his fans on the social networking site to #AskLiam, and – as you’d expect – they asked in their droves.

One of the questions was simply “what are you doing now?”.

The 23-year-old singer replied that he was “watching TV” and shared a picture of his rather sizeable monochrome-coloured lounge, expertly decorated and complete with a few Christmas touches.

There’s a Santa Claus in the corner and a large garland of festive foliage over the mantelpiece in a totally grown-up way, as well as some Nutcracker-inspired toy soldier candles either side of the fireplace.

Another fan asked him if the Santa creeps him out, to which he replied: “A little, he’s kind of looking up in the sky like he’s lost.”

Liam – who is currently in a relationship with former Girls Aloud star Cheryl, who is refusing to comment on reports that they are expecting a child together – answered a range of other questions while reclining on his sofa.

People wanted to know his blood type, if he prefers Captain America or Iron Man (neither, apparently) and what his plan is for Christmas.

Another fan asked Liam who his woman crush is. Liam’s response? “We all know the answer to that.”

One asked him if he has yet watched the trailer for his 1D bandmate Harry Styles’s debut film, Dunkirk.

He gushed: “Yes it looks sooooo goood.”

Other things we learned from Liam’s chat: His favourite artist is Drake, when asked to define a word he knows how to use the internet, and he is currently the happiest he could be.

He should do this more often.

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