Harry Styles says the “end credits” are his favourite bit of One Direction: This Is Us.
The 19-year-old member of boyband One Direction is currently promoting the group’s new documentary film.
Harry was asked which part he enjoyed watching the most and revealed he liked the cut scenes.
“I like the end credits, they are my favourite bits,” he joked to BBC Radio 1. “You know, the outtakes at the end. I like them.”
Harry was interviewed with bandmates Liam Payne and Zayn Malik. The trio along with the remainder of the band Louis Tomlinson and Niall Horan, attended a premiere for the movie in the UK this week. This Is Us is released worldwide from next week and promises fans full access to the lads’ lives on tour.
Liam was uncomfortable with some of the scenes filmed by director Morgan Spurlock.
“There was a moment at the Brits actually and I was at the urinal and I turned around to see there was a camera looking at me and I thought, ‘Is this going to be my life now?'” he laughed.
“I didn’t see it all, I left some bits for a surprise at the premiere, but then we had to leave early to get to the party so I still haven’t seen it all.”
The British boyband found fame on Simon Cowell’s UK TV show The X Factor and signed with his label SyCo afterwards. The music mogul was at the London premiere of This Is Us where he gushed over the success of his protégés.
“This is a dream,” he told British newspaper The Mirror, before jokingly referencing his surprise baby news. “I feel like a father.”
Harry agreed Simon is a role model for the band, and shared the nickname One Direction had for him while on The X Factor.
“We used to call him Uncle Simon on the show,” Harry added.
Today Niall tweeted from New York City about his voice. He is due to appear on TV show Today later, and revealed he’s been seeking medical help for vocal cord problems.
“Ok I’m up! aaaaggghhhh! 4:36am wasaaaap ? Today show are you ready?” he tweeted.
“Cheers dr Kessler for comin over t see me! That guy has been saving vocal chords since 2011! Legend in the game, (sic).”
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