One Direction 2013: Nick Grimshaw blames ‘bad influence’ Harry Styles for drunken behaviour
Nick Grimshaw and Harry Styles received quite a mocking on Wednesday morning, when they turned up to host his Radio 1 breakfast show, while clearly not at all sober.
The 28 year old DJ and 19 year old One Direction singer had spent the evening before at The Brit Awards and the hours after partying hard at a number of star studded bashes in London and when it was time for Nick to rush to Maida Vale and start work, he and Haz were still under the influence of all that free champagne.
He may have nine years on the teen idol, but Grimmy has insisted that it was his young friend that led him astray and he told The Sun that is was Styles who forced him to stay out until 6.30am. He explained:
“He is a very bad influence on me!”
Fans didn’t seem to mind the pair being intoxicated and one tweeted:
“Nick Grimshaw hungover and Harry Styles still drunk… nothing different than usual ”
“Nick Grimshaw & Harry Styles drunk on radio 1 this morning, priceless”
Grimshaw took the reigns on the daily show and announced the 1D singer as his secret celebrity guest, before hinting that he hadn’t even been to bed yet.
Styles had taken his mum Anne Cox to the Sony after party, where they spent some of the evening with his record label boss Simon Cowell, his bandmates, the Little Mix girls and Caroline Flack. However he soon ditched the bash for another across the city, where he met Nick.
Harry complained on air that the show was “too early” for him, even though he hadn’t yet slept, and he was pictured leaving Grimmys home where they cleaned up after their huge bender.
He didn’t get changed though and Haz still wore his suit from the night before. This could be seen when Grimmy tweeted out a photo of the singer with the caption:
@grimmers: “Look who’s here”
Nick asked his pal if he had been scared at the awards ceremony the night before and he confessed: “I was really scared actually” before admitting that his lip had even been wobbling!
However the ‘Little Things’ hitmaker said it all came good, adding:
“It’s alright, I won it”.
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