We already brought you part one of our list of 15 things you probably did not know about Austin Mahone, and now we’re back with part two! Check out eight more fascinating facts about the singer and songwriter that you definitely (probably) did not know below. You might be surprised by what you find out!
Number Eight: He Loves Hats. Mahone says that he hates when he isn’t wearing a hat, and he appreciates all kinds of hats. Whether it’s a cap or a beret, Mahone can likely be spotted wearing something on his head.
Number Seven: He Appreciates the Art of Matching. Mahone has a lot of fun matching his accessories and his clothing. He says that he especially focuses on matching his shoes to whatever he’s wearing at the time.
Number Six: He Likes to Relax. Just like any famous person who tries to maintain their sanity, Mahone has to relax too. He says he likes to relax by playing basketball, swimming, and watching movies.
Number Five: He Likes Will Ferrell. Mahone has admitted that his favorite movie is probably either Step Brothers or Elf, both of which star Will Ferrell. However, he can be more of a serious film buff as well, and he said that his favorite movie of 2015 was South Paw, starring Jake Gyllenhaal.
Number Four: He Loves Traveling. This might not be super shocking, but Mahone is really big about traveling. He says that he loves going to Japan, and he really wants to go to Australia. He says he loves Japan for the people’s style.
Number Three: He Is Evolving. Mahone is constantly evolving his sound and collaborating on various projects with other musicians. He is reportedly working on a project with Rob Rabb that is going to be quite different from his current sound.
Number Two: He Really Loves Ketchup. Mahone says that he always has a bottle of ketchup in his house. He even said that he would accept ketchup bottles as Christmas presents, and he says he puts it on everything.
Number One: His Followers Are Called “Mahomies.” Mahone has so many devout followers that they have a name! His biggest fans are called his “Mahomies,” and he is a fan of the term.