Louis Tomlinson has said he will not appear on BBC Breakfast again, after being asked questions about the deaths of his mother and sister.
The singer was asked about the grief he felt over their loss, by presenters Dan Walker and Louise Minchin.
“Defo wont be going on there again,” he tweeted after Monday’s show.
A BBC spokesperson said: “We wanted to cover all aspects of Louis’s life that have influenced his new album and feel the questioning was fair.”
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Tomlinson lost his mother to cancer in 2016 and his sister Felicite died of an accidental drug overdose last year.
The One Direction singer was also quizzed about his time with the band – who went on hiatus in 2016 – and his reported feud with former band member Zayn Malik.
The 28-year-old accused the hosts of “proper going in” on him.