Niall Horan had his introduction to America's Country Music Awards last night, performing on stage with Maren Morris.
The 24-year-old One Direction star took to the stage in Nashville to perform songs from his new album Flicker to the audience of the CMAs.
The album, which went straight to the top of the charts in Ireland, has now gone on to hit the top spot in the US.
The country star and the former One Direction-er performed Morris' 'I Could Use A Love Song' and Niall Horan's 'Seeing Blind', for which they received a standing ovation,
Watch the pair performing together here:
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