What happened when a reporter and his dog met Harry Styles Rory Carroll is a sports correspondent for Reuters, reports People. Via Twitter, someone asked him “What’s ya most awkward or interesting celebrity interaction you have had? Lol.” Carroll recalled the time he crossed paths with Styles.
Buzzfeed quotes Carroll saying “I was outside a restaurant in Hollywood trying to pick up my take out order but couldn’t go in because I was with my puppy. Harry Styles saw my predicament, tapped me on the shoulder and said he could watch Oscar while I went in. What a guy.”
According to Good Morning America, Carroll said he wasn’t going to let a stranger take care of his dog until his intuition told him otherwise. “I was prepared to say no when I first heard this English accent ask me if I needed help. When I saw it was Harry Styles I agreed since he seems like a decent, trustworthy guy.”
The famous picture which Rory Carroll took of Harry Styles with his dog Styles seems to have been a good dog-sitter for Caroll. Carroll recollected “I could see him through the large restaurant windows while I was inside and he kept his eyes focused on Oscar the whole time, never looking at his phone. Oscar, on the other hand, was his usual troublemaking self, pulling away in every direction. He just doesn’t know how to play it cool.”
Carroll remembered what happened after he left the restaurant. “I came back out, thanked Harry and sheepishly asked for a photo, something I normally wouldn’t do, but I wanted some proof that it happened. He happily obliged. There was no one around because it was so late. Pretty much just Oscar, Harry and me in an empty parking lot.”
Harry Styles has inspired fans to replicate his nails.
Harry Styles is a trend-setter in many ways and one of the most iconic examples seems to be his nails.
The 'Watermelon Sugar' singer has a reputation of painting them with two different colours at a time, or using designs such as smiley faces.
Being the legend he is, the One Direction star has inspired fans to replicate them and we are so here for it.
A series of tweets showed people joining in on the Haz-influenced hype, with one girl writing: "You can tell if a b**ch is a harry styles stan if she has her nails painted blue and pink or yellow with smiley faces cause we’re all out here doing the bare minimum to have him in every part of our life."
Harry Styles has a doppelgänger in the form of a Starbucks employee.
Harry Styles' fans have found the star's doppelgänger working at a Starbucks drive-through and, unsurprisingly, the hilarious video has racked up huge views on TikTok.
User @fridasakaj stumbled across the employee - who surely has to be Haz's long-lost twin?! - somewhere in America, and everyone is now questioning if he is genuinely related to the 'Watermelon Sugar' singer.
Harry Styles is an entertainer but has never been into sports of any kind. However, that is about to change because he has been invited to perform at Super Bowl LIV pre-show. Although he is already set to perform, some of his fans aren't happy about it at all. Why is Styles performing at the Super Bowl such an issue for some of his fans?
Many people are really excited to watch the next Super Bowl, whether live at the stadium or from home on their televisions. The reason for this is because of Shakira and Jennifer Lopez performing at the halftime show.
Harry Styles - Fine Line Live at the Forum BTS (Presented by American Express)
If you weren't able to make it to Harry Styles' Fine Line kick-off shows at the Forum in Los Angeles in December, now you can re-live that experience you missed, courtesy of a 13-minute short film chronicling the singer's latest era.
The movie mixes footage of Harry arriving at the iconic venue in his vintage yellow sports car with performance footage of "Watermelon Sugar," "Lights Up" and "Adore You" interwoven with heart-warming interviews with fans outside the building.
"I've never felt more comfortable," one fan says in the Alex Bittan-directed film. "We're all here to see one person that makes us feel that way." The parking lot interviews illuminate the deep personal connection Harries have to the singer, with several breaking down in tears while trying to describe how he's helped them through hard times.