Harry Styles was more than happy to show off his tattooed chest as he attended the Warner Music and GQ party on Thursday.
Harry made a typically stylish arrival to the bash held at Shoreditch House as he sported a casual look for the event. He put his body art on display in a buttoned down blue shirt which he teamed with black skinny jeans and brown ankle boots.
Naturally, Harry sported some trendy headgear as he tucked his famous brown curls into a wide brim-hat for the event.
‘He mingled outside and enjoyed the view from the rooftop before moving downstairs to join comedian pal Jack Whitehall (who was looking worse for wear) and his girlfriend Gemma Chan and a large, rowdy group of friends but he seemed to take a backseat.
‘All his mates were calling in rounds of shots and having a good time but Harry shunned the drinks in favour of a quiet chat with a male friend.
‘He also spent a lot of the night texting. He headed home at around 1am when the party was very much still going. He was so polite and did the rounds giving everyone a hug and kiss.’
But it seems Harry’s departure prompted other to leave as the insider added: ‘Although, strangely enough, five minutes after he left, everyone else scarpered.’
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The top ten in this year’s Attitude HOT 100 poll was also announced at tonight’s star-studded event, with Shayne Ward finishing second behind Daley and Zac Efron coming in third. Check out the top ten below.
10. Russell Tovey
9. Zayn Malik
8. Duncan James
7. Chris Mears
6. Harry Judd
5. Dan Osborne
4. David Beckham
3. Zac Efron
2. Shayne Ward
1. Tom Daley
In what became MTV UK’s biggest ever online vote, a staggering 166 MILLION votes were cast to see One Direction crowned our Hottest Summer Superstar 2013.
This year’s 50 contenders will be revealed Saturday July 19 at 1pm on MTV Music.
To form the Top 50, MTV took into consideration MTV airplay, chart success, artists who’ve been making waves on the live music scene in 2014, plus their social media buzz.
Voting will be just like last year – all you need to do is tweet the hashtag #MTVHottest followed by One Direction.
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Voting will open at the end of the show on July 19 and you can watch the battle take place in real-time on the live leaderboard at hottest.mtv.tv which will launch after the show. And follow the Official Twitter for news, MTVCompetitions, or follow our Twitter for all updates and votes, 24/7!
Speaking to Now magazine, Jess revealed that Hazbot never misses an opportunity to say hi when the girls bump into 1D, saying: “He’s like: ‘Hiya Asami with the blue hair!’
Amira added: “He goes out of his way to find her.”
Agreeing, Asami continued: “Whenever he walks past me he always pushes me. So the last time I saw him, I did it back but I almost tripped him up.”
Asked if she’s messaged Harry on Twitter (they followed each other after meeting at the BRITs), Asami said: “No. But imagine what I’d do if he did?! I don’t want to. He knows I’m a fan, so the ball’s in his court.
“He’s lovely, but I’m not going to chase. When I see him, I smile but I wait for him to come to me.”
For the past few weeks, intrepid investigators, number crunchers and numerologists have been intensely studying box office figures accrued during the first six months of 2014. After the data was processed by the new quantum-enhanced Colossus computer (a special project created by Pollstar decimal consultant Dr. Charles “Skippy” Forbin) a clear picture of ticket amounts, prices and box office final results emerged.
A total gross of $131.5 million puts One Direction ahead of The Rolling Stones, Justin Timberlake, Bruce Springsteen and others on our Top 100 Worldwide Tours for the first half of the year. Playing 31 shows in 17 cities, the boy band sold 1,630,502 tickets at an average price of $80.65.
The 23-year-old singer/songwriter recently opened up about his friendship with Harry Styles.
“It blew up for One Direction in the September of 2011 and my single came out in the June, so we had five months of hanging out in normality before it exploded,” Ed told the Irish Examiner. “We are both anchors for each other.”
In a recent interview, Union J member Jaymi Hensley commented, “One Direction are amazing but they’ve become so big they are under pressure to be a certain way – they can’t do normal things any more.”
Jaymi continued, “People expected us to be like that. I look back at what we were wearing and doing on stage 12 months ago and never really felt comfortable with it.
“I’ll always love The X Factor – it’s where we came from. But we really didn’t have much input on the first album; this now feels like a fresh start.”