One Direction may have gone on an indefinite hiatus, but like Beyoncé after Destiny’s child, Harry Styles’ career just keeps going on the up-and-up.
Not only has he dropped his debut single Sign of the Times, which debuted at number one on Billboard AND Twitter Top Tracks chart, he’s also got the movie Dunkirk in the works (alongside equally-as-baben’ Tom Hardy) and he’s now set to add ‘TV host’ to his repertoire.
Yep that’s right – it looks like Harry will be helping out pal James Corden as he takes over The Late Late Show in a week-long residency!
Uploading a LOL-worthy skit that sent Twitter into a major frenzy, funny man James uploaded a pic of Haz calling him on Facetime with the caption, “A whole week with @harry_styles? God help us all. #LateLateStyles” before linking to the hilarious announcement vid.
So in celebration of our fave Directioner (soz Zayn) adding Late Late Show host to his ever-growing list of talents, we’re taking a look at Harry’s best ever TV appearances.
Saturday Night Live
No wonder he’s been tipped to play Rolling Stones front man Mick Jagger in an upcoming biopic – Hazza’s impression of the rocker during an SNL skit called ‘Celebrity Family Feud: Time Travel Edition’ is eerily on-point (not to mention hilarious)!
The Graham Norton Show
Playing a game in which host Graham Norton reads headlines about Harry while he tries not to react, we can’t help but swoon every time the 23-year-old accidentally slips up and cracks that cheeky smile of his. Sigh.
Radio 1 Breakfast Show
OK it’s not technically TV, but watching the singer receive surprise messages from friends Chris Martin, Ed Sheeran, Rita Ora, and even his mum is legit too great not to include.
The Today Show
Can you believe that 1D’s first ever Aussie interview was way back in 2014 on The Today Show? While seeing the boys altogether back in the day gives us all the feels, Harry’s bromantic hug with Karl Stefanovic gives us life.
The Late Late Show
Another one that might have you reaching for the tissues while reminiscing about the good old days of 1D (minus Zayn - sob) is their appearance on James Corden’s famous Carpool Karaoke segment back in 2015, where the group celebrated five years of One Direction by belting out some of their best hits. #NeverForget
Hey, at least we have a whole week of Harry footage to still look forward to!