Louis Tomlinson on Buying Doncaster Rovers: "I Can't Be a Big Kid Anymore or Play Pranks"

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We're still feeling super proud that Louis Tomlinson bought the Doncaster Rovers, but it looks like this new co-owner responsibility is already going to his head. What do we mean? It sounds like he's taking it very seriously (which he should, no argument there) and that may mean some growing up for the One Direction star.

No more Louis pranks then? Pouting.

We're not sure he'll completely abandon his fun-loving ways, but he told The Sun (via EntertainmentWise): "I have to mature a little bit. This is life-changing for me. I'm going to have to start acting dead serious. I can't be a big kid any more or play pranks."

Um. For real? He explained, "I will be committing a lot of time to it. I've said that I want to be across absolutely everything. I'll definitely be going to board meetings, which is ridiculous, but I guess I am a businessman now."

Wow, he does sound serious. We're not so sure we're loving this new, more mature Louis, but everybody's got to grow up at some point, right?

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