Everybody Wants Harry Styles’ Music & The Fight Just Got Dirty

23 May 2016, 16:20 | Updated: 19 September 2017, 11:10

Harry Styles
Woodrow Whyte

By Woodrow Whyte

A bidding war between Simon Cowell and his rivals has began.

How much is a Harry Styles' solo album worth? Probably more than we'll ever earn tbh. And that's fine. Totally fine. We're not even bothered *wipes away single tear*

Harry must be feeling confident about his future. According to The Sun, a bidding war has erupted between his old label and a rival to sign the singer for his debut solo album. We're talking millions of $$$ here, folks.


With One Direction, Harry was signed to Syco, which is owned by Simon Cowell, and is a subsidiary of Sony. But rumour has it that Universal, home to Justin Bieber, Lady Gaga, Drake and many more, are trying to get their hands on Harry's solo music too. And they're winning.

Our favourite sh*t-stirring gossip queen, the anonymous source, was quoted as saying, "It was obvious from day one that Harry wouldn’t stay with Simon Cowell, Syco or a Sony label. He wants to move as far away from the band as possible and for him that means an entirely new team based in America."

1D fans seemed to be delighted with the news. 



What do you think? Should Harry stay with the label that made him rich and famous, or is he better off ditching his 1D past to establish himself as a solo star?

As far as we're concerned, as long as he continues to dance like this, we don't really care.