A-list celebrity Liam Payne braved the cold to film scenes for a new music video in the sea at Shanklin on the Isle of Wight last week.
Local interest was sparked on Monday (4th November) when a large film crew unexpectedly arrived at the far end of the Esplanade. A number of gazebos were set up and there was a hive of activity at the water’s edge – all as dog walkers carried on their daily stroll up and down The Bay.
The former One Direction band member soon emerged and entered the bitterly cold waters with a camera crew at just before 10:00. After just 5-10 minutes the scene was complete and the topless singer, 26, was back on dry land. It wasn’t quite an exit from the water in the style of Daniel Craig though.
It’s understood that Liam – who recently hit the headlines for getting his kit off for a Hugo Boss advert – was filming part of a music video for his new single ‘Live Forever’, although it’s unclear why Shanklin was chosen as the filming location – especially on a cold and wet day in November!
Liam Payne is releasing his debut solo album LP1 on 6th December.