Actor Ashton Kutcher has apologized to pop superstar Harry Styles for not recognizing him at a karaoke party.
Actor Ashton Kutcher (44) has apologized to pop superstar Harry Styles (29) for not recognizing him at a karaoke party. It happened at the party of an “extremely well-known singer” who “maybe the best singer out there right now” and who happened to be her neighbor, Kutcher said. However, the 44-year-old did not reveal who this “best singer” was exactly.
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Kutcher: Styles’ Abba performance was great
Kutcher and his wife Mila Kunis (39) admired Styles when he performed an ABBA song. “The boy leaves the stage and Mila and I walk up to him. We were like, ‘Man, I gotta tell you something, you’re a wrestler. You’re like a karaoke wrestler. You’re really good.'” Styles just replied very humbly: “‘Thank you man, thank you. I really appreciate that.'”
At the time, Kutcher revealed he didn’t recognize the former One Direction star. “We go to our friend and we’re like, ‘God, that guy was really good, wasn’t he?'” the actor recapitulated. The friend replied: “‘This is Harry Styles.'” Kutcher admitted that nothing rang for him either. “Who is that?” he just asked. “Mila said, ‘That’s the guy from the boy band. He’s a professional singer.'”
“Oh my god, now I feel like an idiot,” he continued. “He’s a professional singer. And we try to tell him he’s a good singer. And I feel so stupid.”
“I’m sorry, Harry Styles!”
In a sincere apology to the Grammy winner, the actor said, “I’m sorry Harry Styles, but you’re really good at karaoke man. Seriously, really good,” he joked.
Styles will perform at the 2023 Grammys on Sunday. The Brit himself has been nominated six times for the coveted music trophy, three times in the main categories alone. Kutcher, on the other hand, will soon be starring in the Netflix film “Your Place or Mine” with Reese Witherspoon (46).
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