Fox News’ Raymond Arroyo Attacks Harry Styles Over ‘Gender Bending’ Fashion

Harry Styles fans have mocked Fox News host Raymond Arroyo after he criticized the singer’s “ridiculous” fashion choices.

Sitting in for regular host Laura Ingraham on The Ingraham Angle on Tuesday, Arroyo singled out the British pop star for not exclusively dressing in traditional menswear clothing.

The Fox News host made the remarks in a 21-second-long section he called “we want none of in 2021.”

“Harry Styles please stick to Armani menswear or at least pants. The gender bending wardrobe is not edgy or artistic,” he said. “You look ridiculous and you’re not breaking any new ground—David Bowie did this decades before you were even conceived. And the pearls were a really bad luck.”

A clip of the segment has been watched more than 800,000 times on Twitter after it was posted by one Harry Styles fan.

Styles has been praised as a flag-bearer for gender-fluid fashion since stepping away

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Trump Orders Art Deco One Of The Only Acceptable Federal Design Styles. Architects Are Not Happy

An executive order issued by President Trump this month limited the kinds of architectural styles for federal developments to a small list of options. Moving forward, the only designs for federal developments, according to the order, are Neoclassical, Georgian, Federal, Greek Revival, Beaux-Arts, and lastly: Art Deco.

More than any other part of the nation, South Florida is known for the pastel colors and soft curves of Art Deco design. The aesthetic has become synonymous with the way that South Florida — especially Miami Beach — has been marketed to tourists, selling the grandeur of the 1920s, ’30s and ’40s.

But many architects, including Art Deco enthusiasts, are not happy with Trump’s executive order.

“I don’t think that governments have mandated architectural style since as far as I know, Mussolini and the fascist architecture of Italy,” said Daniel Ciraldo, the president of the Miami Design Preservation League. “Or there are

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Chris Pine Says Harry Styles Is an “Absolute Delight” in ‘Don’t Worry Darling’

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Photo credit: Jason Kempin – Getty Images

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Harry Styles is heading back to the big screen.

The “Watermelon Sugar” singer has nabbed a role in the Olivia Wilde-helmed Don’t Worry Darling, alongside Florence Pugh and Chris Pine, Deadline reports. The former One Direction member replaces Shia LaBeouf, who had to exit the project due to scheduling conflicts. Wilde herself has a supporting role, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Details of the plot are still under wraps, but the film “is set in an isolated, utopian community in the 1950s California desert,” per Deadline. Screenwriter Katie Silberman, who penned Booksmart (Wilde’s directorial debut) and the Netflix rom-com Set It Up, wrote the screenplay. Production has already begun, but hit a temporary shutdown due to coronavirus.

Chris Pine has only praise for his costar Harry Styles.

While promoting Wonder Woman 1984, Chris Pine told Entertainment Tonight

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Chris Pine Stunned By Harry Styles While Filming On Set

“He’s off-the-charts cool.”

From his One Direction days to his solo music career, Harry Styles has gained many fans over the years — and Chris Pine is one of them.

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Chris Pine, Harry Styles, and Florence Pugh star in the upcoming Don’t Worry Darling, a psychological thriller directed by Olivia Wilde. Production for the movie began in October this year, and in a recent interview with Entertainment Tonight, Chris talked about what it’s been like to work with them.

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FYI: During the interview, Chris also chatted a ton about acting alongside Gal Gadot in the highly anticipated Wonder Woman 1984!

Not surprisingly, Chris had high praise for his Don’t Worry Darling costars. Chris previously starred with Florence in the 2018 movie Outlaw King, and had great things to say about his second time working with her:

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