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20 February 2013, 08:34
The 'Little Things' singer admits the boy band think Mumford & Sons will win British Band at tonight's show.
One Direction star Harry Styles says the UK boy band are "not really" confident about their chances at winning the Best British Band gong at tonight's (20th February) BRIT Awards 2013.
The 'Live While We're Young' singer spoke exclusively to Capital FM ahead of the industry awards show, and said that although he and the boys are honoured to be nominated, they expect Mumford & Sons to take home the coveted award this evening.
"Not really!" Harry told Capital, when asked how confident the five-piece band are feeling. "I think for us we just feel honoured to be among who's in there, to be honest.
"We think Mumford [& Sons] are going to win it and I think deservedly so," the 'Little Things' singer predicted. "They cleaned up at the Grammys so we think they deserve it, and we're big fans of them as well so it would be great.
"I mean it would be amazing to win, but we think they'll probably win it," Harry added.
Earlier this week the 19 year-old boy band star was among those in attendant at the O2 for War Child BRIT Awards 2013 concert in Shepherd's Bush, where he was spotted enjoying the festivities with Rita Ora and supermodel Cara Delevingne.
Check out a picture of Harry Styles enjoying a pre-BRIT Awards 2013 charity event party earlier this week below:
The 'Kiss You' five-piece recently finished rehearsals for their 'Take Me Home' world tour, which officially kicks off this coming weekend with a show at London's O2 Arena on Saturday 23rd February.
One Direction are also due to perform their new single 'One Way Or Another (Teenage Kicks)' at the BRIT Awards 2013 tonight.
Listen to Harry Styles talking to Capital FM about the BRIT Awards 2013 below:
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