Harry Styles snubs One Direction bandmates as he refuses to speak about boyband in two-hour Radio 1 interview
April 6, 2017 - one direction
HARRY Styles has given Radio 1 a two-hour speak in that he pointedly refuses to even plead One Direction.
The marathon barbecuing that goes out on Nick Grimshaw’s Breakfast Show tomorrow sees a heart-throb, 23, speak usually about his career outward a boyband.
Fans had hoped for clues to when 1D will finish their interregnum in a “scoop” interview, his initial given he branched out as a solo artist. But they will be gutted.
A source said: “To not plead a organisation during all is really odd. Harry owes his whole career to One Direction.
“But he desperately wants to stretch himself from them and turn famous as a luminary on his own.”
Bandmates Louis Tomlinson, 25, Zayn Malik, 24, Liam Payne, 23, and Niall Horan, 23, also destroy to get a mention.
Instead Styles namechecks his luminary friends, including Coldplay’s Chris Martin, 40, Rita Ora, 26, Ed Sheeran, 26 and Ronnie Wood, 69.
He tells how Adele, 28, suggested him about his solo career.
Styles says: “For my 21st she gave me one of her albums 21 and said, ‘I did some flattering cold things when we was 21, good luck’.”
Exclusive footage of Harry Styles sharpened video for entrance solo strain Sign of a Times
“I consider she leads by example, she’s a biggest, she’s extraordinary she’s a best so she should be a biggest.
“The thing with her is she’s a opposite thing, she’s only good during it. we like how she does everything, it looks really nice.
Fans can hear a full speak and a universe premiere of Harry’s entrance singular Sign of a Times during 8am tomorrow.