Harry Styles kicked off the second night of his residency on Tuesday’s “Late Late Show,” where he shared the side effects of starting a solo career and having a secret juggling talent. The singer also performed “Carolina,” the second single from his self-titled debut album. Watch the videos below!
As Gossip Cop reported, Styles began his weeklong residency at the “Late Late Show” on Monday, where he played a game of “Flinch” with James Corden and Aaron Taylor-Johnson. For his second show of the week, he went behind the microphone and replaced Corden as host, introducing a segment called “Side Effects May Include.”
“We’ve all seen those prescription drug ads on tv, where at the end it says, ‘side effects may include,’ and then they list a long list of side effects,” the former One Direction star told the audience. “Well it turns out that side effects aren’t just for drugs. There’s side effects for everything in life.” The singer went on to list a number of hilarious side effects for “going solo,” which include having to be “the cute one,” the “sulky one,” the “dangerous one,” the “talented one,” the “fun one,” and getting to “take up the entire album cover with a picture of you in a bubble bath.”
And before showing off his juggling talents, Styles then listed the side effects for being “secretly great at juggling,” which include having to start “a solo career to increase your media exposure for the sole purpose of increasing the odds that someone will ask you about juggling.” Watch the videos below, in which Styles also performs his new single, “Carolina.”