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2015-07-17 11:58

Los Angeles - Louis Tomlinson has thanked fans for their support.

The One Direction hunk has spoken out on Twitter for the first time sincenews broke he is expecting a baby with former lover Briana Jungwirth, and though he didn't address the news directly, he has praised his supporters following the group's On the Road Again show in Seattle on Wednesday night.

He simply posted: "Amazing show ! Thank you for the support !!"

While the 23-year-old singer thought the show was "amazing", he was reportedly left unimpressed when fans threw a baby doll onto the stage.

The Night Changes hitmaker is said to have exclaimed "Outrageous. It's not real" and thrown the toy back into the crowd.

It was previously claimed Louis and Briana - who dated in May but are no longer together - are "really excited" to be becoming parents.

A source said: "Louis and Briana care about each other very much and have spent a lot of time together privately over the last few months.

"They are both really happy, and although they aren't in a relationship, their friendship is extremely strong and they are both really excited about the baby."

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