Liam Payne took a well-deserved break from recording his debut album to party in Las Vegas on Saturday night. The One Direction star appeared in high spirits as he joined friends in the VIP room of nightclub Intrigue, where he even gave an impromptu performance alongside Russian DJ Zedd.
Sharing a photo of himself and Zedd standing in the DJ booth together surrounded by fans, Liam wrote: "Great fun tonight impromptu sing along with my brother @zedd let's get it #vegas."
Liam Payne joined DJ Zedd for an impromptu performance in Las Vegas
The 23-year-old partied into the early hours and was seen at one point raising a toast with a group of friends. Of course, Liam has a lot to celebrate at the moment; not only has he recently signed solo deals in both the UK and the US, but he is also rumoured to be expecting his first child with his girlfriend Cheryl.
Speculation has been rife for weeks that Cheryl is pregnant, and her former X Factor co-judge Simon Cowell did not discourage the reports when he was asked if the pair were trying for their first child.
He told the Mirror: "I guess that's what happens when you are with someone. Cheryl would be an amazing mum. I have seen her with my son Eric and other kids over the years and she is incredible.
The One Direction star is rumoured to be expecting his first child with girlfriend Cheryl
"She is very good with them. I think she is in a great place in her life right now. I had dinner with her a couple of months ago with Liam and they were great."
The couple have been dating since late 2015, following Cheryl's split from husband Jean-Bernard Fernandez-Versini. Cheryl filed for divorce in January and their 18-month marriage officially came to an end on Thursday, when the former couple were handed a decree nisi at the Central Family Court in London.
The 33-year-old singer's rep confirmed the news in a statement to HELLO! Online: "Cheryl Fernandez-Versini and Jean-Bernard Fernandez-Versini have today obtained Decree Nisi in their divorce proceedings. No further comment will be made and they ask for their privacy to be respected."