Harry Styles fans go wild for star's new look as he chops off hair for movie role

HARRY Styles has given his trademark hair yet another chop and it is sending fans wild.

Fans spotted the Watermelon Sugar singer, 26, in Los Angeles rocking the new look after not only growing out his wavy hair during lockdown, but also an iconic moustache.

The star was out and about in LA just days before starring in Olivia Wilde's new film, Don't Worry Darling, alongside fellow Brit, Florence Pugh.

Harry who rose to fame in boy band, One Direction, became known for his flowing brunette hair but chopped it off in 2017 to star in Christopher Nolan's epic war film, Dunkirk.

At the time, Harry donated his hair to the Little Princess Trust so the charity could turn it into wigs for young cancer survivors.

Fans went wild for Harry's fresh cut saying it reminded them of his transformation ahead of starring in Dunkirk.



One Twitter user wrote: "So we went from Frat Boy Harry to Dunkirk Harry in like a week, okay!"

Another added: "All the Dunkirk Harry stans are freaking out right now, I just know it."

While a third said: "Dunkirk Harry is my fave Harry and he's back."

Harry signed up to star in the film after the tour for his Fine Lines album was put on hold due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Set in the 1950s, Don't Worry Darling is a psychological thriller centering on an unhappy housewife in the 1950s.

Harry's character keeps a dark secret from his wife and will star in the film alongside Florence, Chris Pine, Nick Kroll and Gemma Chan.

The star may have made his acting debut in Dunkirk, but he shows no sign of slowing down when it comes to his appearances on the silver screen.

Harry is rumoured to be starring alongside Lily James in My Policeman, an adaptation of the LGBTI novel of the same name.

He is also slated to star in the AI drama, Faster, Cheaper, Better which is written and directed by Dan Gilroy.


While Harry's post-One Direction career has been going from strength to strength, the same can't be said for the boy band's waxworks at Madame Tussauds.

The figures of the boy band, who split in 2016, were moved off the floor of the tourist attraction in September

Madame Tussauds London said the decision to remove them was made after the band’s tenth anniversary this summer. 

Updates are constant as it “reacts to the celebrity landscape”, it added.

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