Gavin James gets a lift back to Dublin with Niall Horan
Irish singer songwriter Gavin James appears to be taking his jet-setting celebrity lifestyle in his stride.
Zipping in and out of Dublin is all in a day's work for the singer. Today he even managed to get a lift from One Direction’s Niall Horan.
@NiallOfficial ! Cheers for the lift back to Dublin buddaaaaay ! my head was TOO large for that plane ...
James tweeted Horan tonight to thank him for the lift.
James, whose song “The book of love" has just hit over one million hits on YouTube, is going from strength to strength.
The star will embark on a US tour at the end of the year.
James has released his compelling new video for '22' based on his experiences of being bullied at school, and Love/Hate actor Leroy Harris plays a young offender.
James posted the video to Facebook with a message citing the fact it was inspired by his experiences of being bullied at school.
"This song really means a lot to me, I wrote it about my experience of bullying in school. Wishing pretty much that I was 22 and could be out of school and out of that time of my life," he wrote.
"I realised later on that no one should let any situation or people make you want to wish your time away and there's always two sides to bullying. Here's my video for "22" directed by feel good lost, you can download now from iTunes or listen on Spotify. Gav"