Liam Payne is letting fans in on his quarantine musings.
The singer has launched a video series on YouTube in which he’ll be recapping whatever is going on in his life that week: things that happened, things he finds funny, things he just feels like talking about.
“We’re in this lockdown situation, and obviously we’re all stuck at home. We can’t really go and do anything. But it seems like I’ve been busier than ever,” he commented on his first video, uploaded on Sunday (April 26).
In this episode, Payne took on a variety of topics, from live streaming with Alesso and watching Travis Scott‘s Fortnite concert to making fun of Niall Horan‘s very earnest music-playing face and looking at memes of himself.
“It was a tough moment,” Payne deadpanned of video chatting with a guitar- and piano-playing Horan this week. “I was panicking. I was worrying. I was saying, ‘Niall, can you hear me?’ I asked if I was invisible. Could’ve been.”
“There’s a little bit of you that kind of reverts back to when you were in the band. It’s a nice moment,” he added, referencing his One Direction days.
On a more serious note, Payne also discussed his work with Trussell Trust, a charity that works with more than 1,200 food banks in the U.K. to help support those struggling during the coronavirus pandemic.
As for his new video series? “I’m not really sure what this show is, or what this kind of thing is about yet, but I’m gonna try to do this more often,” he said, encouraging viewers to send in their ideas.
Check out this week’s Liam Payne update below.