Harry Styles marked his first solo TV appearance with a hilarious impersonation of Mick Jagger. He also danced to David Bowie for his guest appearance on "Saturday Night Live."
Styles danced with "The Tonight Show" host Jimmy Fallon during the opening number for "Saturday Night Live." The 23-year old appeared for a quick sway when Fallon reached backstage. Styles sashayed to Bowie's "Let's Dance" while dressed in a formal black outfit.
According to E! News, Styles' dance performance on "Saturday Night Live" was only brief. He appeared for 15 seconds but it clearly had his supporters talking. Fans are eager to see more of his dance moves.
Aside from his quick dance to Bowie's song, Styles also did a comedy performance on "Saturday Night Live." He impersonated famous singer Mick Jagger on the show's "Family Feud" sketch. The former One Direction singer nailed Jagger's trademark wavy hair and mouth movement. Of course, his impersonation came out hilarious.
Styles poked fun at his solo career during his Jagger impersonation. He called it "insane" why anyone would leave a successful band and go solo. Regardless, the singer debuted a few songs from his album "Harry Styles" on "Saturday Night Live."
According to Mirror, Styles sang his single "Sign of the Times," which came out in April. He also sang "Ever Since New York." These are two of the tracks on his self-titled record, which comes out on May 12. Other titles in his first solo album include "Caroline," "From the Dining Table," Sweet Angel," "Kiwi," "Sweet Creature," "Woman" and "Two Ghosts."
Fans praised Styles on his overall performance on "Saturday Night Live." A quick read through the show's official Twitter announcement about his appearance reveals several positive comments from fans. They praised the singer and said they are proud of him.