“Everything Everywhere All At Once” editor Paul Rogers put his own spin on the British pop singer's controversial Grammys speech.
The actor blames jet lag for the meme-able moments involving him, Styles and the rest of the "Don't Worry Darling" cast on the film's grueling press tour.
The “As It Was” singer seemed to deploy a little damage control during a BRIT Awards acceptance speech.
Two members of Styles' dance troupe said the singer was thrown off-balance after his onstage turntable began spinning in the wrong direction.
Styles' Album of the Year win was widely perceived as an upset over Beyoncé, who had been considered the front-runner for the night's biggest prize.
One journalist called Styles’s comment “the most white privilege-iest thing to ever be uttered at an awards show ever for all time.”
The 2023 Grammy Awards saw Beyoncé make history and Harry Styles raise eyebrows with their wins.
“There’s no such thing as best in music," said the English pop star.
The "Watermelon Sugar" singer is freeing his nipples as he arrives for the awards.
"I feel like a jerk," the "That '70s Show" actor told Esquire.