'SNL' Taps Harry Styles for April 15 Show's Musical Guest

Katie RamirezMar 30, 2017

The singer-turned-actor is set to make his debut solo performance on April 15 on "Saturday Night Live".

The program will be guest hosted by Jimmy Fallon.

One Direction may be on an indefinite hiatus right now, but that hasn't stopped all of the money rolling in as it's reported they're each worth around £50million (including Zayn). A young heartthrob and Harry Styles will be on SNL together April 15th!

The 23-year-old star will appear alongside Jimmy Fallon, who was the one to break the news on his Twitter account.

We can't wait to hear what Harry's new music is like, with NME reporting that the new album takes inspiration from the likes of Queen and David Bowie.

The One Direction star will appear on the U.S. sketch show with guest host Jimmy Fallon on April 15. After the release of Styles' solo single preview, another surprise has come. His new music is due out April 7.

NBC confirmed on Tuesday that Styles is going to be performing on the upcoming April 15 edition of the show, which marks the first time in which he's been on the show as a solo act.

Harry is launching his solo career next month. Styles' former bandmate, Zayn Malik, and his fellow bandmate, Niall Horan, have been ahead of him with their solo projects. The boy bander joined the late-night host on "The Tonight Show" in 2014, and during that same year, Kristin Wiig impersonated Styles during an interview on Fallon's show.

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