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Photos of Harry Styles dressed as Ariel from "The Little Mermaid" are going viral on Twitter.
Fans of the "Golden" singer joked that he should join the upcoming live-action remake of the film.
But the pictures are actually from a "Saturday Night Live" photoshoot over a year ago.
Fans are thirsting over pictures of Harry Styles dressed as Ariel from "The Little Mermaid," but the images in question are actually from a past "Saturday Night Live" photoshoot.
On Twitter, fans of the "Watermelon Sugar" singer began resharing the photos on Friday afternoon, making no secret of their attraction to Styles.
The photos show Styles dressed in a clam bra, red wig, and mermaid tail while sipping on champagne and smoking a cigarette.
Others joked that Styles should join the cast of the upcoming live-action remake of "The Little Mermaid."
Coincidentally, Styles really was once in the running to play a character in the live-action "Little Mermaid" remake - except it was Prince Eric, not Ariel, and he ultimately turned down that role.
The photos were originally part of a shoot Styles did for 'Saturday Night Live'
Styles has appeared on the late-night comedy show numerous times, most recently hosting and performing as the musical guest in November 2019.
During his 2019 appearance, Styles threw shade at his former One Direction band mate Zayn Malik, and also played a sexually-frustrated social-media manager for Sara Lee bread in a particularly memorable sketch.
And like other past hosts, the "Adore You" singer took part in a comedic photoshoot for his appearance on the show, which is where the Ariel photos in question came from.
Regardless of where the pictures came from, fans were still loving Styles as Ariel
This isn't the first time Styles' outfits have caused a stir online.
Last year, the singer inadvertently started a debate about masculinity and fashion after wearing a dress on the cover of Vogue.
"Bring back manly men," Styles captioned the photo.
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