One Direction's Niall Horan has revealed that he's feeling pretty nervous about performing at London's Wembley Stadium for the first time as a solo artist.
The Mullingar native launched a solo career in September last year with his debut single This Town and will be playing at London radio station Capital's Summertime Ball in the UK capital on June 10th.
Horan is no stranger to the event as he performed at the Summertime Ball in 2015 as a member of One Direction.
This time around the 23-year-old will join acts including Little Mix, Stormzy, Maroon 5 and Clean Bandit at the annual mini-festival event, during which he will perform his new single Slow Hands.
Horan told Capital Breakfast host Roman Kemp that the prospect of taking to the stage by himself is "scary", but despite that fear he's determined to enjoy the occasion.
"You're stepping out in front of 80,000 people, it's going to be scary," he said.
"But you have to relish it at the same time, you know they're your songs, people know them that are coming to watch, because they listen to the station, they're going to have a good day and you're amongst a great line-up."