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Ashley Tisdale reacts to memes suggesting that Harry Styles’ Grammys look was inspired by her

Ashley Tisdale reacts to funny memes comparing Harry Styles’ outrageous Grammys look to one of her red carpet outfits from 2004

Harry Styles’ quirky Grammys outfit sparked dozens of memes as he arrived in a yellow tweed jacket and purple feather boa.

One of the most popular memes of the night compared the former One Directioner’s outfit to that of Ashley Tisdale’s red carpet look from 2004 when she arrived to a Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement DVD Pajama Ball event in Beverly Hills.

And Tisdale, 35, couldn’t help but giggle at the comparison as she shared the meme which joked about the actress being ‘the influencer’ and Styles being ‘the influenced’.

Funny: Ashley Tisdale found herself at the center of a meme which compared Harry Styles’ Grammys outfit to one of her red carpet looks from 2004

Laugh: The actress, who is currently expecting her first child, also shared the meme to her Instagram writing 'iconic'

Laugh: The actress, who is currently expecting her first child, also shared the meme to her Instagram writing ‘iconic’

The High School Musical star posted the meme to her Twitter account on Monday writing, ‘Haha’.

The actress, who is currently expecting her first child, also shared the meme to her Instagram story, adding an ‘Iconic’ gif. On another, she added an animated ‘100’.

Styles’ stylist Harry Lambert revealed that singer’s eye-catching look came about because he wanted to look ‘British and eccentric’ on the night.

Lambert also added that the Adore You hitmaker, 27, wanted to honor the tradition of ‘English individualism’ with his ensemble.

Fun look: Harry Styles' quirky Grammys outfit sparked dozens of memes as he arrived in a yellow tweed jacket and purple feather boa

Fun look: Harry Styles’ quirky Grammys outfit sparked dozens of memes as he arrived in a yellow tweed jacket and purple feather boa

Styles, who was a big winner on the night scooping the Best Pop Solo performance for his song Watermelon Sugar, teamed his Gucci yellow and green tweed jacket and feather boa with a knitted pink vest top and brown velvet trousers.

He later slipped into a black leather blazer and matching pants, paired with a lime green boa.

Speaking about his outfit, Lambert told Vogue.com: ‘This is Harry’s first Grammys, and so we wanted to do something that felt British and eccentric.

Looking good: The singer teamed his Gucci yellow and green tweed jacket and feather boa with a knitted pink vest top and brown velvet trousers

Looking good: The singer teamed his Gucci yellow and green tweed jacket and feather boa with a knitted pink vest top and brown velvet trousers

‘A little bit rock ‘n’ roll and a little bit camp. I hope we did this with the mix of the tweed and the boa, [which is] Britishness, rock’n’roll, and camp all rolled into one.’

And although the two outfits ‘felt polar opposites’, there was deliberate similarities between them.

Lambert said: ‘It was also important to us all that the silhouette for the stage was the same as the red carpet but that the actual looks felt polar opposites.

‘One being patterned and vibrant and the other being more slick and sexy.’

Eccentric: Styles' stylist Harry Lambert revealed that the Adore You hitmaker, 27, wanted to honor the tradition of 'English individualism' with his ensemble

Eccentric: Styles’ stylist Harry Lambert revealed that the Adore You hitmaker, 27, wanted to honor the tradition of ‘English individualism’ with his ensemble

'A little bit rock 'n' roll and a little bit camp. I hope we did this with the mix of the tweed and the boa, [which is] Britishness, rock'n'roll, and camp all rolled into one.' Lambert added

 ‘A little bit rock ‘n’ roll and a little bit camp. I hope we did this with the mix of the tweed and the boa, [which is] Britishness, rock’n’roll, and camp all rolled into one.’ Lambert added

The Sign Of The Times singer has donned retro, colorful outfits throughout his ‘Fine Line’ album campaign, so deliberately opted for a ‘darker’ look on stage to signify the end of an era.

His stylist explained: ‘I think people could assume that, as he is performing his single ‘Watermelon Sugar,’ his look will reflect the music video.

‘We wanted to twist that on its head and go for something darker, sexier, and more unexpected.

‘I don’t feel that anyone has seen Harry dress like this before, so the Grammys felt the perfect moment to do this.

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