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Sunday, April 16, 2017 4:47am ET by  

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Harry Styles steals the show during Jimmy Fallon's SNL

British star Harry Styles made his debut solo appearance on Saturday Night Live last night (April 15).

Styles had previously appeared on SNL with One Direction in 2012, 2013 and 2014.

The show, hosted by Jimmy Fallon, was broadcast live for the first time in 42 years across all time zones coast-to-coast, and also starred Alec Baldwin portraying President Donald Trump

During Fallon's opening monologue, Styles showed off his Jagger-esque dance moves as Chic guitarist Nile Rodgers and the show's host performed David Bowie's 'Let's Dance,' surrounded by dozens of dancers. Fallon said:

"It is so great to be back on here on Saturday Night Live where it all started for me. Tonight is bigger than a show. It's a party."  

Impersonating Mick Jagger, the One Direction star replied: "Well if I'm up it's because I've got a little company right. A little hanky panky."

Harry Styles also featured in a sketch about a group of soldiers in the American Civil War, who entertained themselves by singing.

He later took to the stage to perform his highly-anticipated debut solo single, 'Sign of the Times'. 

The singer's self-titled debut album is out May 12.

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