Harry Styles Impersonates Mick Jagger & Has Beard Malfunction In EPIC SNL Sketches
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Harry Styles took on Saturday Night Live over the weekend to perform two songs off his debut solo album, but it was his hilarious comedic wit that had the entire crowd in hysterics.
Contrary to popular belief, Harry Styles is much, MUCH more than just a pretty face with tattoos and a killer set of vocals…
What a monumental Saturday night indeed, because not only was this weekend the first time in SNL history the show went live from coast to coast, but it was also Harry Styles’ grand debut since going solo from his One Direction days that proved that he might be capable of one day hosting his very own episode of SNL…
The singer totally nailed both performances, hitting all sorts of notes we didn’t think humanly possible, but he also served as double duty, appearing in not one, not two but THREE SNL skits while showing off his comedic chops, kicking it all off with a pre-sketch warm up cameo in host Jimmy Fallon’s opening monologue…
But the real fun began when Harry appeared in a Celebrity Family Feud - Time Travel Edition sketch as legendary Rolling Stones front man Mick Jagger, sporting shoulder-length hair, a white suit and his unmistakable mannerisms. All was in good humor when Kenan Thompson, who played Family Feud host Steve Harvey complimented Mick Jagger on his new solo material, when Harry poked fun at ‘going solo’ with the perfect comedic response.
Harry then channeled a Civil War soldier in his final act, which involved Fallon and a group of Union soldiers who turn a tradition Civil War ballad into a catchy pop tune, in which Harry appeared as a Rebel prisoner who suggests a soulful bridge to add to the song…
Although Harry suffered a minor beard malfunction throughout the sketch, attempting to slap his fake facial hair back onto his face, he handled the setback like a champ, proving his full potential. So if Harry’s appearance and performances on SNL was any indication for what’s to come in his solo career, I think we’re in pretty good hands.
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