Harry Styles is as brilliant as ever in a new 'Saturday Night Live' promotional clip, which has been released to promote the star's live performance on the show.
Decked out in a plaid suit, Styles owned the stage, singing as a solo artist for the first time without his former One Direction bandmates with a powerful performance of his debut solo single, "Sign of the Times." .
If you didn't know, Harry Styles not only debuted as a solo performer on SNL this week, but debuted some of his much-anticipated new music.
"Well if I'm up, it's because I've got a little company, right?" "A little hanky panky".
Fallon was a huge SNL success story, with a number of memorable characters (Nick Burns Computer Guy, DJ Joey Mack, Boston Teen, among others) and a slew of impressions, but was most known for breaking character on stage, and for his massive post-SNL career, helming Late Night and later The Tonight Show.
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Whilst on the show, Harry took part in a "civil war boyband" skit and dressed up as Mick Jagger for a special edition of Family Feud.
Guess we will have to wait for SNL to see what the sketch is all about!
During the skit, Harry impersonated Mick Jagger and mocked his solo career by saying "why would anyone in a successful band go solo?"
Melissa McCarthy returned to Saturday Night Live in her role as White House Press Secretary Sean "Spicey" Spicer, this time in Easter Bunny garb.
Steve responded: "I love the Stones and I loved it when you went solo".