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Directioners everywhere are going crazy with nostalgia after Liam Payne congratulated Harry Styles for his Grammys win at last night's Grammy's.


Liam Payne Congratulates Harry Styles

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Payne reposted a fan meme taking a poke at the fashion of the young One Direction members saying,

"This did make me chuckle."

Payne went on to write,

"Congrats @hshq on your Grammy win what a huge moment, proud to be your brother"

The "Strip That Down" (2019) singer also congratulated executive producer Ben Winston for a great awards show.

Styles Wins Best Pop Solo Performance

Harry Styles took the Best Pop Solo Performance Grammy last night for "Watermelon Sugar" (2019) against Justin Bieber for "Yummy" (2020), Doja Cat's "Say So" (2019), Billie Eilish's "everything i wanted" (2019), Dua Lipa's "Don't Start Now" (2019), and Taylor Swift's "cardigan" (2020).

Zayn Malik Calls Out the Grammys

It doesn't seem likely that Styles' former group mate Zayn Malik will be giving congratulations to anyone associated with the Grammys as the singer recently called out the Recording Academy for their failure to include numerous artists who deserve recognition.

Payne Continues Loving Styles

Although One Direction split in 2015, Payne has never failed to congratulate Styles on major accomplishments. Styles' fellow group members (Louis Tomlinson, and Niall Horan) have yet to congratulate the now Grammy winner, but the day is still young.

For the full list of Grammy winners, click here.

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