Harry Styles has realised he can't please everyone and has developed a thick skin, but still can't resist reading about himself online.
Harry Styles has realised he can't please everyone.
The One Direction star admits he has developed a thicker skin and no longer cares what most people think about him.
The 'Story of My Life' hitmaker said: ''You have to think about people, but you have to look after yourself, too, otherwise you'd drive yourself crazy because you can't please everyone. It doesn't work. There needs to be a point where you step back and do something for yourself. I've decided not to let other people's opinions change what I think.''
But the 20-year-old British singer still can't resist reading about himself and his band mates on the Internet.
He told the UK's Very magazine: ''I Google [the band]. If there's been something in a paper, I'll Google it to look at the article online.''
Meanwhile, the heartthrob was allegedly spotted getting hair extensions during a break from the group's series of sold-out concerts in Croke Park in Dublin, Ireland, which will see them play to 250,000 fans in three days.
'Hard Out Here' hitmaker Lily Allen claimed she witnessed Harry having his famous locks enhanced at Radio 1's Big Weekend in Glasgow, Scotland today (24.05.14).
She wrote on Twitter: ''Just saw Harry Styles having hair extensions put in #exclusive''
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