Harry Styles Reveals His ‘Classic Quarantine Stuff’

Harry Styles Reveals His 'Classic Quarantine Stuff'
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The ‘Adore You’ singer reveals he is ‘learning Italian and doing some sign language classes’ because being in self-isolation is ‘the perfect time to learn a new skill and try a new hobby.’

AceShowbizHarry Styles is making the best out of his self-isolation. Talking about his daily routine while practicing self-distancing amid the coronavirus pandemic in a new interview, the “Sign of the Times” hitmaker spilled that the crisis gave him plenty of time to do his “classic quarantine stuff.”

Shared how he kept busy in this “very strange time,” the One Direction member opened up to DJ Fenn O’Malley of BBC Radio 1Xtra, “We’re just being careful, listening to music, playing games and doing some face masks. The classic quarantine stuff.” While admitting that staying in quarantine is “a little difficult,” he noted, “I’m lucky I’m with friends in our little safe self-isolation pod.”

During Wednesday, March 18 interview, the 26-year-old singer further stated that this is “the perfect time to learn a new skill and try a new hobby.” Pointing out that “we have nothing but time,” he disclosed, “I was learning Italian and doing some sign language classes. I’ve also been reading, checking on people, that’s it really.”

Elsewhere in the chat, the “Dunkirk” actor reveals his song choices during self-isolation. Mac Miller‘s “Blue World”, Labi Siffre‘s “Cannock Chase” and Roy Ayers‘ “Everyone Loves the Sunshine” are some of the tracks he found fitting for quarantine. About Ayers’ track in particular, he explained it is “always a good one for any positive feeling.”

As Harry followed safety guidelines to fight the spread of COVID-19, the future of his “Love On Tour” remains unclear. Should it go as planned, his solo world trek will be kicked off in Birmingham on April 15. His bandmate, Louis Tomlinson, on the other hand, has made the decision to postpone his concert in Milan, Italy.

“I was really excited to bring the Walls tour to Italy but the health and safety of my fans is more important than anything else,” Louis announced via Twitter. “Hold on to your tickets. Further information will be available from your tickets in the next few days. Don’t worry I will be back in July and I hope to see you all then.”

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