Harry Styles


You might remember that day when Harry Styles had to pull over on the shoulder of the freeway to throw up? Well, now we know why.

While many may assume that it was probably due to something like a hangover stemming from his attendance at Lily Allen's private party at Nice Guy bar in West Hollywood the night before, we can say that you're wrong (plus, you know what they say about assuming).

The One Direction crooner revealed what made him participate in the roadside ralph, and it had absolutely nothing to do with an abundance of alcohol consumption.

In fact, quite the opposite.

"I'd been on a hike. I'd been on a very long hike. It was about three weeks ago, so I'm fine now," Styles told Scott Mills on BBC Radio 1 while promoting 1D's upcoming album with his bandmates. See, it wasn't too much partying that got him sick. It was working out!

The incident occurred nearly two weeks ago when the 20-year-old Brit boy-bander was being driven by a pal up the 101 freeway. Around 12:30 in the afternoon, their black Audi pulled over on the northbound side and Styles stepped out of the vehicle for several minutes.

The singer got back in the passenger's seat and the duo kept driving for another 45 minutes. The vehicle pulled over for the second time in Calabasas and Harry exited so that he could vomit on the freeway shoulder.

Although Styles' health is not in any sort of jeopardy, he did become worrisome after his barf sesh. It turns out fans went to the spot where Harry threw up and put up a handmade sign that read, "Harry Styles Threw Up Here" with the date and pictures. Um, what?

Even crazier? Someone reportedly saved his vomit and sold it on eBay! Seriously, we can't make this up.

"Woah, I saw that thing [the eBay listing], it's weird," Liam Payne said during the BBC Radio 1 interview.

"It's worrying, this is the world we live in," Harry sighed.

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