Louis Tomlinson, Liam Payne

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One Direction is starting to get feisty!

Louis Tomlinson decided to have a little extra fun during his band's Minneapolis concert Sunday night when he ripped apart Liam Payne's button-down shirt. Although there doesn't seem to be a reason behind the decision to tear apart his shirt, the girls in the audience definitely didn't seem to mind LOL. They all started to shriek and scream with excitement as soon as Liam's chest was made visible.

Fans also took to social media to express their delight at Louis' decision, posting the video and "thanking" Louis for blessing them with a sight of Liam's nipples and chest. Naturally Liam shook the whole thing off and they continued to perform, but that didn't stop him from making a joke about it on Twitter!

"Well thanks for ripping my shirt tommo ... What can u do ay aha," he tweeted Monday.

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Liam had his own fun onstage Sunday, too, when he gave one lucky female fan a kiss on the cheek! But before laying it on her, he warned that she couldn't tell his girlfriend, Sophia Smith.

"Don't tell me girlfriend," he said, "I'll get in trouble."

Awww!

The Minneapolis crowd definitely got way more than they bargained for during this installment of the band's On the Road Again tour. Now that the crowd seems to be enjoying Louis and Liam's interactions, maybe fans are over the whole Louis-is-having-a-baby dilemma? Directioners were ready to kiss "Larry" AKA Louis and Harry's relationship goodbye, but by the looks of this video there might still be hope. If Louis and Liam can overcome the baby news, hopefully Larry can, too.

If not, we can always hop on board the theory that Briana Jungwirth is just a surrogate for Larry's baby.

Watch the video above to see Liam's chest in all of its glory.

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