Harry’s got girls in every corner of the world! The 1D star took a sexy Aussie out for dinner on Oct. 24, she’s revealing all of the details. Does this couple have boyfriend-girlfriend potential?
Harry Styles isn’t taking his time in Australia for granted. With One Direction deep into their tour Down Under, Harry is sampling some of the country’s best features — the food, the culture, and of course, the girls! Harry got particularly romantic with an Aussie named Sjana Earp, and she hasn’t stopped gushing about him since.
Harry Styles Takes Out Sjana Earp
On Oct. 24, Sjana, 18, uploaded a picture of herself and Harry in the drive-thru lane at a McDonald’s with the caption, “Harry knows how to make friends; he buys them Maccas. Thanks maaaate.”
Smooth move, Harry! No girl can deny the charms of a Big Mac.
Judging by Sjana’s other Instagram posts, Harry also gave her and her friends VIP tickets to one of 1D’s shows.
With all signs pointing to a blossoming relationship, Sjana took to her blog to clear the air and let everyone know that she was NOT dating Harry. But, it sure sounds like she would if she had the chance.
Sjana Earp Gushes About Harry Styles
“So yes, I spent some time with Harry throughout the weekend,” she wrote. “He is quite literally one of THE nicest and most beautiful humans I have met.” The teen beauty, who is a college student, also revealed that Harry got in touch with her to go out even before One Direction traveled to Australia.
She continued to gush:
Probably the single NICEST person i’ve ever come across. And it’s genuine, which is such an incredible thing to posess these days! He has a little more charisma and humour than i thought but it made him even more of a pleasure to be in the presence of.
Sounds like someone’s in love! Sjana is definitely a looker — right up Harry’s alley — so they’d make a good-looking couple, though her living in Australia could be a problem. Maybe this hookup is better off being a steamy one-time thing.
And it at least reinforces how much of a ladies man Harry is.
— Andrew Gruttadaro