Harry Styles is executive-producing a sitcom based on his life

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Harry Styles' life is to be turned into a sitcom.

Amber Stevens hits the blue carpet alongside co-stars Damon Wayans Jr. and Felix Mallard at the 2018 CBS Upfronts on Wednesday (May 16) at the Plaza Hotel in New York City.

Well, just after his success on the British X Factor and when One Direction was just starting to gain some traction with the teenage girls of the world, Harry lived with his friend Ben Winston and his wife in their suburban home in London.

Originally due to stay just two weeks, Harry ended up living in the home with the couple for almost two years and we can only imagine the stories they have to tell.

But in the end, Styles ended up sleeping on a mattress in the attic for 20 months.

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"Those 20 months were when they went from being on a reality show, X Factor, to being the biggest-selling artists in the world", Winston told the magazine a year ago. "And when he moved out, we were gutted".

Their working relationship dates back to Styles' One Direction days where Winston served as music video director for some of the band's biggest singles including "Best Song Ever", "Midnight Memories", "Story of My Life", and "You & I".

He continued: "We'd be in bed like an old couple... and the door would go off".

The singer will executive produce a new American sitcom, it has been announced. "So I think he really, really does care". He has also recently ventured into the world of acting, with his appearance in Christopher Nolan's latest epic Dunkirk.

Happy Together is set to premiere on CBS in the autumn.

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