Very short but I was asked about the Elounor part.
Interviewer: Eleanor was just up in Toronto with you, did you have fun, what did you do?
The interviewer has made this easier for me to analyse, the questions are direct and have definite answers.
Louis: Yeah, err, we went to, we all went to err Niagra Falls, which was amazing and yeah she’s been here for like a week now yeah. It’s been nice, really nice.
Note how Louis’ answer is not direct and he rambles.
He begins by showing that El has no higher standing to him than some of the band members. Overall, rather than say “We went to Niagra Falls with the rest of the band” which would have the same meaning but retain the idea of him spending the majority of the time with her, he includes them with the other boys. He initially tries to subconsciously retain the idea of it being him and El who went and everyone else was with them, but switches. It takes him time to think of where they actually went, possibly thinking of somewhere where paparazzi took Elounor shots. He’s said nothing about it being fun to be with her at Niagra Falls, just that Niagra Falls itself was amazing.
He also finishes off with “It’s been nice, really nice” - he’s trying to convince the interviewer that it’s not just been nice, it’s been really nice (as obvious as it may sound). It’s common for people who need to play up a certain concept in their answer to reiterate themselves. Notice how he doesn’t mention that having her there was the nice thing specifically.
The priority of each answer is very revealing. He feels the need to say about Niagra Falls, then mention she’s been there a week, then that it’s been nice.
Overall, this is not the gushing that people seem to think it is. Management, the correct answer would have been, “Yeah,she’s been here a week, it’s been nice having her here, we went to Niagra Falls with everybody which was amazing.”