dglobalnews.com Harry Styles to vote for anti-Brexit candidate, saying people 'better together'
Published: Mon, May 15, 2017
Culture&Arts | By Orlando Mckenzie

Harry Styles to vote for anti-Brexit candidate, saying people 'better together'

Harry Styles to vote for anti-Brexit candidate, saying people 'better together'

The former One Direction star performed a good bit of his new music during the concert, while also covering one HUGE hit: Kanye West's Ultralight Beam.

And when he was asked to elaborate on that statement, Harry added: "I don't feel like it's something I've ever felt like I have to explain about myself". People should always talk about things that are bothering them.

Zayn previously said that his eating disorder was a "control thing", and that he had finally conquered it with the help of his mum. It was a control thing.

Speaking just days after the release of his self-titled debut solo album, the 23-year-old commented: "Honestly, I'm probably going to vote for whoever is against Brexit". Not supernaturally! Just really naturally.

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I said a little prayer for him. "We preach being ready to be the guy to break the game open", Lovullo said. Arizona responded by hitting Pirates star Andrew McCutchen in the back with a fastball the next day.

The One Direction heartthrob, who has been the subject of rumours for many years, is reportedly dating British food blogger Tess Ward.

"I think the world should be more about being together and being better together and joining together, and I think it's the opposite of that".

Recently Harry's bandmate Niall Horan suggested the group could end up back together as a three piece, something which Harry agree could be possible. "Let me tell you", he explained of the much-reported calamitous attempt (which saw him knock a fan to the floor).

"Something I've never talked about in public before, but which I have come to terms with since leaving the band, is that I was suffering from an eating disorder". "It was very friendly...not like past phone calls haven't been friendly, but I didn't get that nervy 'the boss is calling" feel, which was nice".

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