His fans adore him so much, they even camped outside of his London concert venue in the hope of catching a mere glimpse of him.
But Harry Styles was no doubt brought back down to earth when he visited an old people’s home in his native Manchester as part of his BBC special recently.
Despite being one of the world’s biggest stars, the care home’s elderly crowd had no idea who the 23-year-old was, and they certainly weren’t fussed about getting their hands on his chart-topping album.
While he might be a dab hand at singing and acting, it seemed bingo caller was one step too far for the One Direction singer, who appeared to struggle as an announcer when playing the game with the elderly.
But while his delivery wasn’t the greatest, he certainly had his bingo lingo down, calling out: ‘One fat lady, eight,’ and, ‘droopy drawers, 44’.
Prizes up for grabs in the game included chocolates and shower gel, both of which the crowd awkwardly found more appealing than Harry’s album.
Ouch! Prizes up for grabs in the game included chocolates and shower gel, both of which the crowd awkwardly found more appealing than Harry’s album.
When the winner was asked to choose between the musician’s record and body wash, Harry was left red-faced when she chose the latter.
Poking fun at him later in the show, host Nick Grimshaw joked his album would be used as nothing more than a coaster.
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‘She thought it was shampoo, but if she knew it was body wash, she definitely would have chosen my album,’ Harry joked.
Showing the other prizes that the residents could get their hands on, the Sign of the Times singer quipped: ‘We’ve got some body butter. You can butter your body with this.’
‘Do you come with it?’ one cheeky resident laughed back.
The show also saw the chart-topper perform a number of hit singles, including Sweet Creature and Two Ghosts.
Also in the documentary, the superstar visited Whistle Punks Urban Axe Throwing in Manchester and proved to be a natural at the sport after landing 55 axes on the target.