Harry Styles Reveals His Sweet Side: Offers Help in Viral Prank Call

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By Sonalee singh | March 31, 2014 4:11 PM EST

Harry Styles is quite a sweet guy, indeed. Styles showed he was ready to help others when he received a prank call from Nick Grimshaw's BBC radio show.

Matt Healy, an ambitious singer and a member of a boy band of 1975, came on Grimshaw's show and made a prank call to Styles. The call happened in the process of playing the game called "Call or Delete" and Healy asked Styles if he could request his fellow bandmate Niall Horan to give him $5,000 so that the former could be saved from a threatening situation.

What really impressed Styles' fans was that instead of hanging up the call, he told Healy that he will speak to Horan and get back to him.

After the phone prank was played on Styles, Niall Horan tweeted:

Talking about Harry Styles' sweet side, the 1D memeber  got along amicably  with two of his exes at recent a book launch of hair stylist Lou Teasdale. Styles coincidentally bumped into Caroline Flack and Kara Rose Marshall. However, without showing any discomfort Styles stayed calm and made sure not to create awkwardness for the two girls.

Styles has always been under contant media specualtion for the girls he dates or goes out with. He was recently seen in a major PDA with " The Kills" Star Alisson Mosshart. "They were both very touchy feely in a booth and both pretty drunk. It was Harry who made the move. They were having a great time together.. with a lot of PDA," reports a source to The Sun (via Ocean Up).

"At one point he was stroking her hair as she lay her head on the table," continued the source.

Styles was previously dating Kendall Jenner. However, the couple broke up due to long distance and work commitment issues.

Jenner is reportedly devastated after breaking up from Styles. But it seems Styles has moved on in life and looking for greener pastures.

Let us know your thoughts on Styles viral prank call and his various relationships.

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