Harry Styles just made his first solo appearance on television on Saturday Night
Live and it turned out to be a great success.
The 23 year old singer was the musical guest of last night’s episode, which was
hosted by Jimmy Fallon. Styles also made cameos on some funny skits, showing
his acting skills.
Wearing a plaid suit, Harry started the night by giving a powerful performance of
his solo debut single “Sign of the Times”. The song has already turned into a hit
and the SNL performance will definitely boost its success. This was Harry’s first
performance without his former One Direction members, but he managed to own
the stage and give an outstanding performance.
For his second performance, Harry returned on stage looking more casual in a
white shirt and a guitar, and premiered a brand new song called “Ever Since
New York”. The fans reacted very well to the song, which is a love ballad that
shows his amazing vocals and his versatility as an artist.
The song lyrics have already sparked speculation over the person who the song
is dedicated to, but Styles hasn’t had the chance to answer yet.
Harry didn’t just stick to singing, but also showed his acting skills. The British
singer became part of some sketches showing the audience his funny side.
One of the skits people loved most was “Celebrity Family Feud: Time Travel
Edition”, in which Harry made a spot on impression of Mick Jagger. He even
made fun of himself leaving One Direction to pursue a solo career.
“Solo? Why would anyone in a successful band want to go solo? That is insane,”
Harry told as Mick Jagger when asked by Steve Harvey (Kenan Thompson) if he
would even try to leave the Stones.
Watch the funny skit below: