British music star Louis Tomlinson was spotted on a late-night Macca’s run over the weekend with a mystery woman, and now her identity has been revealed.
The former One Direction singer recently wrapped up the Australian leg of his Faith in the Future solo world tour, which saw him perform in Melbourne, Brisbane and Sydney in late January through to early February.
The five-second TikTok clip, set to Adele lyrics about love “forever”, featured Tomlinson in front of the counter putting in his order next to a mystery woman, before standing next to the staffer doing a thumbs-up.
Now, the woman in the video has been revealed as Love Island Australia star Phoebe Spiller.
Tomlinson has also previously been seen out and about with another Love Island Australia star from the same year, Claudia Bonifazio, in recent weeks.
While both were seen with the boyband star on different occasions, the two reality stars are currently still in committed romances with their Love Island partners who they met on the show.
Meanwhile, it’s been a hectic few weeks for Tomlinson after police had to be called to Qudos Bank Arena ahead of one of his Sydney shows following reports of a crowd issue.
Dedicated fans had shown up well before dawn in the hopes of securing a wristband to mark their place in line when the gates opened, with TikTok footage showing a massive swarm of people camped outside at 4am.
Authorities later confirmed that one person had to be removed from the venue with a broken wrist while another two suffered heat exhaustion.
Just days earlier, fans were caught in a stampede in the queue for wristbands at Brisbane’s Riverstage ahead of Tomlinson’s performance, according to the Brisbane Times.
The singer is currently on a break from his tour, which resumes on March 30 in Mexico and continues across South America before heading to Europe in June.
Tomlinson last toured Australia alongside his former bandmates One Direction in 2014, with the band breaking up a year later.
He recently told The Times that he didn’t want the boyband to break up, and when things dissolved, he was left feeling “mortified”.
“When One Direction split up, I was mortified, I was absolutely gutted,” he said.
Tomlinson, who lost his mother Johannah Deakin to leukaemia in 2016 and sister to an accidental overdose in 2019, said the band breaking up had felt like another loss.
“I was a bit bitter, I suppose because it just felt like another loss to me,” he said.
“But I have a better understanding of things now, and there’s not as much anger. It is what it is.”