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They made their first public appearance as a couple at the premiere of One Direction's concert film: This Is Us, in August 2013.Liam confirmed the song "Illusion", from One Direction's fourth album Four, was written about his relationship with Sophia.He trained at 5am every day, running five miles before school.His running dream ended at 14 years old, when he narrowly missed out on a spot in the England school team. He joined Pink Productions, a performing arts group based in Wolverhampton, at age twelve.To help cope with the pain, Liam had 32 injections in his arm every day, as a child.In 2012, Liam found out, and shared with fans via Twitter, that his kidney was fully functioning again From the age of six, Liam showed signs of singing talent.In the same year, Liam remixed One Direction's "You & I" and "Steal My Girl".Payne and Tomlinson were named in 2015 as some of Song Splits Top Songwriters in the World. M., Liam played instruments on Hey Angel, co-produced and played all instruments on "Love You Goodbye" and remixed "Drag Me Down".
Liam completed 11 GCSEs at St Peter’s Collegiate School before studying music technology at Wolverhampton College’s Paget Road campus.As such, he was eliminated as a solo artist, then placed into One Direction.The band placed third, but went on to sign a record deal with Simon Cowell's label Syco Music, and released five best-selling albums between 20.On 6 July 2017, producer Zedd released "Get Low", with Liam featuring on vocals. Liam owns three dogs, one of which, named Watson, he kept after his 2015 split from ex-girlfriend Sophia Smith Liam met Danielle Peazer, a dancer, on The X Factor in 2010.
Liam's second solo single, Bedroom Floor, co-written by American singer Charlie Puth, was released on October 20, 2017. They dated from April 2011 to September 2012, reunited briefly again in December 2012, but split permanently in April 2013.
In 2010, Liam returned to The X Factor's seventh season, auditioning with "Cry Me a River" by Arthur Hamilton.