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Harry Styles takes centre stage in Rolling Stone magazine; It's not the first time Harry has been the magazine's cover star - he first appeared on the cover in 2017.

Byline: chesterchronicle

Holmes Chapel born Harry Styles is taking centre stage in the next issue of Rolling Stone.

The 25-year-old has stripped off for the September issue of the US magazine, and according to the teaser on the front, the interview is no holds barred.

It says that the Holmes Chapel singer opens up about "sex, psychedelics and the secrets of stardom" reportsThe M.E.N

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On the cover, a topless Harry can be seen showing off his many tattoos while smiling for the camera.

It's not the first time Harry has been the magazine's cover star - he first appeared on the cover in 2017.

Back then he looked very different than he does these days - in the issue a 23-year-old Harry was still rocking the baby-faced boyband look.

As well as the subjects revealed in the teaser, fans are likely to be hoping for clarification over Harry's acting plans following a rumour he has landed a big film role.

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Last week he was said to have been in talks with Disney over appearing in their live-action remake of the classic film The Little Mermaid.

However, a source close to the star confirmed that he has decided against taking the role.

Disney has already announced singer Halle Bailey has been cast as Ariel in the film, which is set to be directed by Rob Marshall and is scheduled to go into production in early 2020.

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Harry made his acting debut in Christopher Nolan's Oscar-winning war film Dunkirk in 2017, but has not yet scooped a follow up role.

Rolling Stone is out on September 3rd.


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Publication:Macclesfield Express (Macclesfield, England)
Date:Aug 21, 2019
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