Niall Horan did the sweetest thing for his fans camping outside Jimmy Fallon

Niall Horan has been off gallivanting promoting his debut single, This Town since its release in September and last night he made an appearance on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.

Of course when it was discovered that the Mullingar native would be in New York City, fans flocked to the studio in a bid to catch a glimpse of him.

Little did they know they were in for a treat - no really Niall went and treated them all Starbucks.

The One Direction member decided to say hello to the fans in line and when he discovered how cold they were, he treated them all to hot chocolate.

According to dedicated fan account, Niall Horan Updates here's what happened.

But of course someone got a few cheeky photos of the star.

Ah sure, his mammy would be proud.

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