Niall Horan may be one of the biggest names in the world but the Irish heartthrob proved he still remains humble as he took to the streets of Dublin.
The singer and his good pal Lewis Capaldi left Dubliners rubbing their eyes as they took part in an impromptu busking session on Grafton Street.
Niall, 28, and Lewis, 25, have both spoken fondly of one another in the past and appear to have struck up the ultimate bromance with one another in recent years.
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During a trip to the capital of the Republic of Ireland, the pair took in the sights as well as offering a performance of some of their own hits.
Mullingar-native Niall surprised local busker Jacob Koopman as he stopped to take in the singer's stunning voice before he and Lewis attracted a large audience.
Taking to the mic stand, Niall showed off his guitar skills as he belted out his single Slow Hands, joined by Lewis while Jacob looked on in amazement.
As well as performing some of their own songs, Niall and Lewis offered their rendition of Coldplay's song Yellow.
Their 13-minute performance attracted huge crowds and caused fans to go wild on social media after videos emerged of the beautiful moment.
"Videos of Niall Horan and Lewis Capaldi busking is the serotonin I needed today," tweeted one.
While a second went on to say: "Imagine walking on Grafton Street and suddenly you hear Niall Horan and Lewis Capaldi playing songs. You win at life."
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"The videos of Niall and Lewis busking on Grafton Street just made my whole month," commented a third.
Meanwhile, busker Jacob Koopman still couldn't get over the moment as he took to social media saying: "This was UNREAL. @lewiscapaldi @niallhoran thanks for showing up and singing with me."
It seems as though the Scottish and Irish lads are enjoying their time in Dublin as they took time out to visit the Guinness brewery and museum.
The pair posed for a string of photos in front of the famous gates with Lewis carrying Niall in his arms before offering a series of poses.
Niall and Lewis' friendship goes back to 2017 following the release of Niall's debut solo album, Flicker.
He told FM100: "It started a couple of years ago when I first brought out my album.
"I did a few shows and then I think it was March 2018 when I met Lewis for the first time.
"I had written to him on Instagram and told him I was a fan of what I'd seen so far and then [asked] if he'd like to come and play a few songs before me at a gig in Glasgow."
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