Published: Thu, December 12, 2019
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Liam Payne describes himself as the 'antichrist version' of Harry Styles

Liam Payne describes himself as the 'antichrist version' of Harry Styles

What do you have to say about Liam Payne's comments about Harry Styles?

He is specifically asked about Styles' big pants. Let us take a look at the response of Liam Payne's LP1 and Harry Styles' previous and upcoming album. During a recent interview with The Face Magazine, Payne went into a candid conversation about the "mystery" that is Harry Styles.

The singer also mentioned he was looking at pictures of Harry the other day and felt like he knew nothing about him. "Ideal inverse. I'm similar to the counter christ form of what Harry is". "If he wants to wear an earring and go to the Met Gala with something unexpected, what about that?"

As you know, the guys have been dropping their solo projects.

Payne, 26, admits he is surprised by the metamorphosis of Harry's style. Payne replies, "I couldn't put myself in that".

"I'm going to go down and see Bear, maybe cook a Christmas dinner and just hang out with family", the singer said on the ITV show This Morning on December 5.

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Liam has also previously admitted that they didn't all get on, describing them as "colleagues" rather than friends.

At the same time, however, he did mention that 'it's very hard to compete when we're doing such different things'.

He said: "One Direction was like my office, there's one you get along with, one you don't get along with as much". You didn't come back in. Then with Harry I just didn't know anything about him.

"I mean, look at the stuff I put out and the stuff Harry puts out".

The "Kiwi" singer finds it "bittersweet" letting people hear his work for the first time because it no longer exclusively belongs to him but it's also "exciting" finding out what others think of it.

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