It seems Harry Styles really is winning this whole post-One Direction power ranking thing.
Styles already got a major limelight boost earlier this year with the debut of his first solo album, Harry Styles, which broke all kinds of records when it premiered at No. 1 on the Billboard charts. He also spent the summer promoting his role in Christopher Nolan's Dunkirk, and he is about to embark on a massive international tour this fall—his first tour without his One Direction bandmates. In between all of that, it seems Styles will have no time to catch a breath, as the BBC just announced a one-off entertainment special featuring the young star, airing on BBC One in November.
“Harry Styles at the BBC” will include a mix of performances and have Styles discussing with known pal Nick Grimshaw the singer's "career and life to date, being a solo artist, and the start of his acting career." Knowing Grimshaw—aka the BBC Radio 1 host who first brought to light Styles's rumored relationship with Camille Rowe—this latest show will be entertaining, to say the least. The one-hour special will be taped on August 30 in Manchester, near Styles's hometown of Holmes Chapel.
But, of course, this is far from the singer's first time on television. In addition to putting on several TV performances during his album's press tour, Styles also showed off his acting chops in a few skits on Saturday Night Live, where he most memorably portrayed Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger. Styles also had a weeklong guest-hosting spot on The Late Late Show With James Corden in May. And so it seems this latest gig is yet another sign of the Styles-dominated times.
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