PIC: Niall Horan dressed up as Maverick from Top Gun and he looks damn good!

2015-05-04 17:43

Los Angeles - Niall Horan dressed up as Tom Cruise's character in Top Gun on Sunday night.

The One Direction singer donned a khaki jumpsuit and a pair of dark shades in a bid to look like Maverick for a costume party, which was held at Clutch Kitchen in east London to celebrate the 30th birthday of TV presenter Laura Whitmore.


In case you have no idea what Top Gun is, here's a look at Tom Cruise as the original Maverick in the film...

The 21-year-old singer wasn't the only famous face to turn up to the bash, with other stars attempting to out-do his pilot fancy dress outfit.

The birthday girl dressed up as pop sensation Madonna for the eighties-themed celebration, wearing a trendy black crop top, leather jacket, fishnet gloves and a long string of pearls.

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Niall's attendance should come as no surprise as the pair have become close since his band's rise to fame, although Laura has previously denied any romance between them.

So did ya hear @niallhoran was spotted leaving my party with his new girlfriend! ?? what a babe!

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Speaking in April last year, she admitted she was sick of people asking if they were in a relationship as he is "just a child".

She said: "I'd rather you actually asked me about somebody else other than Niall, to be honest. I was never seeing Niall. He's a child.

"The most embarrassing thing about that is that people thought we were together. I love Niall, he's lovely but I'm 28."

Elsewhere at the party, model Daisy Lowe wrapped up in a baby pink faux-fur coat while Stereophonics frontman didn't make much of an effort with his outfit as he wore a casual look.

Other guests invited to the do included Rizzle Kicks musician Jordan Stephens, actor Jeremy Piven, and The Saturdays star Vanessa White.

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