Tonight show host Jimmy Fallon and singer Harry Styles showed off their rhythm and chemistry in a promo for their upcoming appearance on Saturday Night Live.
Harry - who will appear in Christopher Nolan's forthcoming war film Dunkirk - showed off his comedy acting skills in a sketch based on Family Feud, America's version of Family Fortunes.
Details regarding potential skits Fallon's prepared to perform have yet to be revealed, and it's unclear if Styles will appear in any other capacity besides his musical performances.
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The singer's second single, "Ever Since New York", is a slower, lovelorn ballad that will no doubt spark speculation over who it could have been written about, but is still a solid example of his vocal talent and versatility. For the first time ever, SNL will air live on both the East Coast and West Coast, and fans are excited to see what effect the added pressure will have on the show.
Harry Styles performed a new track during his impressive Saturday Night Live (SNL) solo debut.
During the skit, Harry a.k.a Mick is asked about going solo, to which he replies, "Solo, why would anyone in a successful band go solo?" Styles' Jagger scoffed. "That is insane". Last night's "monologue" though, was something new. "Yeah, I know they're not called 'Holocaust centres.' I know that". The first verse of the song goes, "Tell me something, tell me something / You don't know nothing, just pretend you do / I need something, to tell me something new Choose your words 'cause there's no antidote for this curse or what's it's waiting for / I must desert you just before you go". Styles said. "I have no idea..." Fallon will host "Saturday Night Live" on April 15, 2017.
One Direction announced they were going their separate ways a year ago as Harry, Niall Horan, 23, Zayn Malik, 24, Louis Tomlinson, 25, and new dad Liam Payne, 23, made a decision to take a break to explore solo projects.