Harry Styles: Forget my 1D past? You Hazza be joking, guys!
HARRY STYLES slayed rumours he wants to kill off his One Direction past when he paid homage to the boy band at his first-ever solo tour show.
The heart-throb played a rock’n’roll version of 1D’s 2011 hit What Makes You Beautiful, as it was alleged he wanted to erase his musical roots from history.
The 23-year-old flew the band’s flag during his set at a sold-out gig on Tuesday.
His walk down memory lane came hours after it was revealed all mention of The X Factor supergroup was cut from the teaser of a new documentary about his life.
The BBC show, called Harry, will be presented by his pal, Radio 1 Breakfast Show host Nick Grimshaw.
It will be aired in November but pre-publicity for the programme omits any reference to the chart-topping boy band. Instead, it promises Styles will ‘perform tracks from his self-titled No.1 debut album and chat to Nick about his life, being a solo artist and starting his acting career.’
The revelation came days after ex-1D bandmate Zayn Malik, 24, said he never really spoke to Harry during their time in the band.
Kicking off his US tour at The Masonic in San Francisco, Harry also flew the flag of the LGBT community by draping a rainbow banner from his microphone.
‘You are the best friends any person could ever ask for,’ he told the crowd.
And things flared up in the style stakes as Hazza rocked a flower-print flared suit for his showstopper.
However, the gig almost false-started when a fire alarm went off just before he took to the stage, delaying the show a few minutes.
Author: Andrei Harmsworth