Jimmy Fallon Set to Host Historic 'SNL' Broadcast

Apr 18, 2017, 01:38

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.

Harry was shown dancing during the show's opening, which saw guest host Jimmy Fallon and Chic guitarist Nile Rodgers perform David Bowie's Let's Dance surrounded by dozens of dancers.

Fans have been highly anticipating Fallon's return to SNL.

He also featured in another sketch about a group of soldiers in the American Civil War who entertain themselves by singing. Harry played a 1977-era Mick Jagger, complete with the Rolling Stones frontman's accent and herky-jerky dance moves.

"Solo?" Styles (as Jagger) exclaimed.

When quizzed on what keeps him up at night, the ladies-man quipped, "If I'm up at night it's because I've got a little company, you know, a little hanky panky!" Styles' Jagger scoffed. "That is insane".

"Yeah, I know they're not really called 'Holocaust centers.' Duh, I know that". Styles said. "I have no idea..." "I'm so happy to be home and I hope you enjoy the show".

As it turns out, Harry Styles didn't have to worry about anything. Styles appeared on this weekend's edition of "Saturday Night Live".

The former boy-bander pulled double duty during the Jimmy Fallon-hosted episode by fulfilling his musical guest duties with performances of his new singles, "Sign of the Times" and "Ever Since New York", along with appearing in a couple of tonally appropriate skits.

Styles has been a member of the currently-on-hiatus One Direction since 2010, when the multi-platinum British boy band formed on the television show "The X Factor". Harry's film debut in Dunkirk comes in July.