Jingle Bell Ball 2019: Harry Styles Explains Reason Behind That American Accent
7 December 2019, 21:08 | Updated: 7 December 2019, 21:14
Harry Styles is set to perform at Capital's Jingle Bell Ball with SEAT on Saturday alongside some major superstars.
Last month, the former One Direction star confused fans by debuting a subtle American twang during his interview with Zane Lowe for Apple Music.
But in a chat with Capital Evening Show presenter Jimmy Hill, he insisted he hasn’t lost his trademark Worcestershire accent.
Asked why he now has a hint of Californian, he said: “I think when you live in America, people think you have an American Twang, but I don’t think I do."
The 25-year-old then added: “I live in London, but I was recording in America quite a bit.”
Harry has wrapped up recording his second solo album, 'Fine Line', which he created in Shangri-La studios in Malibu.
And after he invited Zane Lowe to the studios for a chat, fans took to Twitter to ask if anyone else could hear his changing voice.
One wrote: "Alright I’m gonna say it.. what’s with Harry Styles’s accent in that Zane Lowe interview", while a second added: "Sorry but why does Harry Styles have the weirdest accent ever, slight American, slight English, slight Australian?"