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Jimmy Fallon impersonates Harry Styles in Vogue parody after he becomes their first male cover star

Jimmy Fallon just did a hilarious impression of Harry Styles while parodying Vogue’s 73 Questions during Wednesday night’s episode of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.

The comedian, 46,  poked fun at the magazine’s popular YouTube interviews and the Watermelon Sugar heartthrob, 26, after Styles whimsical fashion sense made him the very first man to cover Vogue solo.

Though Vogue hasn’t released one of the rapid-fire Q&As with Harry, Jimmy was happy to imagine the charming former One Directioner’s introspective and offbeat interview for himself.

Quirky: Vogue hasn't released one of the rapid-fire Q&As with Harry, Jimmy was happy to imagine the charming former One Directioner's introspective and offbeat interview on his own. Harry is seen in March 2020 above

Mirror image: Jimmy Fallon did a hilarious impersonation of Harry Styles while parodying Vogue’s 73 Questions series during Wednesday night’s episode of The Tonight Show

The skit starts with the former SNL star opening the door of his home to reveal his recreation one of Styles’ iconic looks: a royal blue sweater worn with a lacy Peter Pan collar and pearls.

‘Oh. You caught me in the middle of telling myself a secret,’ Harry Fallon smirked.

Things only got more absurd from there.

Asked how his day was going, he said: ‘Well, I stepped in a rain puddle and accidentally got a ladybug wet. Cried about it for hours after, but, I think I made things right because that ladybug is going on tour with me as my opening act.’

He poked fun at Harry’s ultra-kind reputation next, revealing the last person he texted was ‘My Uber driver from three weeks ago, just to say hello.’

Later on when asked what the best gift he’d ever gotten, Jimmy could barely contain his laughter as he cooed: ‘A smile. And you know who gave it to me? You.’ 

Strawberries on a summer evening: Throughout the chat, Fallon's version of Harry nibbled on fruit as he offered increasingly wild responses

Strawberries on a summer evening: Throughout the chat, Fallon’s version of Harry nibbled on fruit as he offered increasingly wild responses

Fashionisto: The former SNL star recreates one of Styles' iconic looks - a royal blue sweater worn with a lacy Peter Pan collar and pearls

Fashionisto: The former SNL star recreates one of Styles’ iconic looks – a royal blue sweater worn with a lacy Peter Pan collar and pearls

Sensitive: Asked how his day was going, her said: 'Well, I stepped in a rain puddle and accidentally got a ladybug wet. Cried about it for hours after, but, I think I made things right because that ladybug is going on tour with me as my opening act'

Sensitive: Asked how his day was going, her said: ‘Well, I stepped in a rain puddle and accidentally got a ladybug wet. Cried about it for hours after, but, I think I made things right because that ladybug is going on tour with me as my opening act’

King of kindness: He poked fun at Harry's ultra-kind reputation next, revealing the last person he texted was 'My Uber driver from three weeks ago, just to say hello'

King of kindness: He poked fun at Harry’s ultra-kind reputation next, revealing the last person he texted was ‘My Uber driver from three weeks ago, just to say hello’

Charmer: Later on when asked what the best gift he'd ever gotten, Jimmy could barely contain his laughter as he cooed 'A smile. And you know who gave it to me? You'

Charmer: Later on when asked what the best gift he’d ever gotten, Jimmy could barely contain his laughter as he cooed ‘A smile. And you know who gave it to me? You’ 

Throughout the chat, Fallon’s version of Harry nibbled on fruit and played with a balloon – just like on the Vogue cover – as he offered increasingly quirky responses.

His favorite meal: ‘A bowl of cream, topped with drizzled raw honey straight from the bee colony I’m friends with and a handful of wizzle berries.’

When the interviewer asked for a bit of clarification on the ‘wizzle berries,’ Harry explained: ‘Yes, from the wizzle berry bush that grows in an enchanted land that’s only accessible from the old armoire I keep in my garden.’

After a bit more back and forth, Fallon ended the talk abruptly.

‘I forgot, I already made plans to blow a kiss to my best friend, a beluga whale wearing a bellhop outfit.’

Ending on a cheery note, he told the cameras: ‘And remember treat people with kindness’ – also the titled of a song off Harry’s album Fine Line.

Style: Harry made history while taking the cover of Vogue's December issue wearing a lacy dress and jacket custom crafted by Gucci's creative director and close friend Alessandro Michele

Style: Harry made history while taking the cover of Vogue’s December issue wearing a lacy dress and jacket custom crafted by Gucci’s creative director and close friend Alessandro Michele

Comments: Candace Owens, 31, took umbrage to the star's shoot, writing on Twitter over the weekend, 'There is no society that can survive without strong men'

Comments: Candace Owens, 31, took umbrage to the star’s shoot, writing on Twitter over the weekend, ‘There is no society that can survive without strong men’

Harry made history while taking the cover of Vogue’s December issue wearing a lacy dress and jacket custom crafted by Gucci’s creative director and close friend Alessandro Michele.

In the piece he opens up about how fashion helps liberate him, telling the magazine: ‘When you take away “There’s clothes for men and there’s clothes for women,” once you remove any barriers, obviously you open up the arena in which you can play.’

Though many celebrated Harry’s cover story, it’s also earned a significant amount of backlash.

Conservative commentator Candace Owens set of a storm when she tweeted: ‘There is no society that can survive without strong men. The East knows this. In the west, the steady feminization of our men at the same time that Marxism is being taught to our children is not a coincidence. It is an outright attack. Bring back manly men.’

Plenty of celebrities have come to his defense, as Olivia Wilde hit back at Owens calling her ‘pathetic.’

Low blow: Olivia Wilde defended Styles by branding Candace 'pathetic', prompting the media personality to return a low blow as she stated, 'You're single for a reason'. The tweet was soon deleted

Low blow: Olivia Wilde defended Styles by branding Candace ‘pathetic’, prompting the media personality to return a low blow as she stated, ‘You’re single for a reason’. The tweet was soon deleted


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