Harry Styles has swapped his famous curly locks for a buzz cut that is making fans dizzy.
Styles debuted his new look at U2’s Las Vegas Sphere concert, which he attended with his girlfriend, Taylor Russell. They have been linked since they were spotted holding hands in London in June.
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In the footage released by TMZ, the couple heads to the U2 set, with Styles’ arm around Russell.
On social media, fans are excited about the buzz Styles cut in the video. And that includes Swifties, who mourn the loss of the hair that supposedly inspired Taylor Swift2014’s “Style,” just weeks after the release of “1989 (Taylor’s Version).”
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“I’m pretending not to care about Harry Styles’ hair so it grows back faster,” wrote @kriegystyles on X, formerly known as Twitter. They included a short video of singer Adele scanning the venue during an event.
“You have no hair, you have a buzz cut, white t-shirt,” joked X user @tizthedamnszn_, drawing inspiration from the original lyrics of Swift’s song: “You have hair long, slicked back, a white t-shirt.”
Another user, @hswift_, suggested Styles cut his hair in response to the lyrics of the new track “1989 (Taylor’s Version)” “Now That We Don’t Talk (Taylor’s Version) (From the Vault). » Some fans suspect the ’80s song is critical of Styles, much like others. songs allegedly written about Swift’s exes, like “All Too Well,” presumably about Jake Gyllenhaal, and “Dear John,” apparently addressed to John Mayer.
Styles and Swift dated from March 2012 to January 2013. In addition to “Style,” most visibly linked to Styles with its title, Swift’s songs “Out of the Woods,” “All You Had to Do Was Stay” and ” I Wish You Should” has reportedly been repeatedly linked to the “As It Was” singer.
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