The singer, who shot to fame on The X Factor, is at the centre of a push by chiefs from the hit show to honour One Direction in their hometowns across the UK.
A spokesman for the show's spin-off, The Xtra Factor, said: "We are running a campaign at the moment called the #1Dplea.
"Due to One Direction's hiatus, the show has decided we need a more permanent reminder of the boys and are looking to create tributes to them up and down the UK, whether it's a roundabout in Wolverhampton being named after Liam or a chip shop in Doncaster named after Louis.
One Direction - Harry Styles, Louis Tomlinson, Niall Horan and Liam Payne - have gone onto become one of the world's biggest bands after first being brought together on the ITV talent show.
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People can suggest places they would like to honour Bessacarr star Louis by using the #1Dplea hashtag on Twitter.