It was definitely a nice day! One Direction top Britain's singles and album charts as Louis celebrates news in a happy T-shirt
23:55 GMT, 18 November 2012
Rod Stewart and the Rolling Stones are arguably two of the biggest acts to come out of Britain.
But new kids on the block One Direction knocked these veteran rockers out of the park by not only topping the British singles chart, but also the album.
The former X Factor stars celebrated the news at BBC Radio 1's studios, and Louis Tomlinson clearly wanted everyone to have just as nice a day as him… by wearing a shirt that said so.
Have a nice day! Louis Tomlinson shares his happiness through his T-shirt after One Direction scoop the number 1 spot on both the British album and singles charts
The classic smiley face with the accompanying slogan stood out from Louis' black and white long sleeved T-shirt.
But as the face had three eyes instead of two, the shirt may very well be a piece of movie merchandise from the 2001 American sci-fi comedy Evolution.
Harry Styles, Niall Horan, Zayn Malik and Liam Payne joined their Donny bandmate at BBC Radio 1 where they were greeted by outgoing Chart presenter Reggie Yates.
Double whammy: The boys celebrated their win at the BBC Radio 1 Chart sow studios with presenter Reggie yates
Fan love: Niall and Zayn smile for a photo with 1Directioners outside BBC Radio 1
Warming up: Niall Horan and Liam Payne wrap up in thick jumpers and padded coats to beat the winter chill
The English-Irish quintet performed their number one single Little Things a week earlier on The X Factor Result Show.
The ballad was co-written by Fiona
Bevan and Ed Sheeran and produced by Jake Gosling, who was named Music
Week's number 1 Top Producer of 2012 for his work on Paloma Faith's
Falling from Grace and Ed Sheeran's award-winning +.
Little Things is the second song given to One Direction from Ed Sheeran, with Moments appearing on their debut studio album.
Not funny The joke seems to be lost on Harry compared to Louis who can't stop giggling
Their second album Take Me Home, went in straight in at number one, beating the likes of Rod Stewart's Singer new collection of
seasonal numbers called Merry Christmas Baby.
Coming up third was the Rolling Stones with their 50th anniversary compilation GRRR!.
new in the album chart were British tenor Alfie Boe at number six with
“Storyteller”, and American punk band Green Day in tenth place
Hair check: Harry Styles puts his hand to his famous curls as he leaves the BBC Radio 1 studios
Human touch: A fan cops a feel of harry Style as the lads make their way home after the radio appearance