Harry Styles played Mick Jagger in the SNL recurring sketch Celebrity Family Feud. In the bit, stars from the 1970s time traveled to compete against current celebrities. Check out the video above of Styles as Jagger on “Saturday Night Live.”v
Representing the 1970s were Liza Minnelli, Diana Ross, Mick Jagger, and a younger John Travolta, who was played by Jimmy Fallon. Styles parodied Jagger’s moves and said he didn’t understand why anyone would go solo as a musician. The current celebrities competing against them were Kristen Stewart, Gwen Stefani, David Blaine, and John Travolta, again played by Fallon. During one round of the game show, Kate McKinnon’s Stewart couldn’t come up with an answer for “something that keeps you up at night.” Styles’s Jagger, however, answered “a little manky panky,” which meant sex.
As Gossip Cop reported earlier, this is the first time Styles has performed as a solo artist on “SNL.” He previously appeared with One Direction in 2012, 2013, and 2014. But it’s not the first time, he’s been in a skit. During his last time on the show, Styles and his former bandmates played male cheerleaders in the comedy program’s recurring sketch “Girlfriends Talk Show” with Aidy Bryant and Cecily Strong.
Styles has since begun acting. He’s set to make his big-screen acting debut in the World War II drama Dunkirk, alongside Tom Hardy, Mark Rylance, James D’Arcy and Kenneth Branagh. The movie is set to be released on July 21, 2017.