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You Can Now Have Harry Styles Read You A Bedtime Story

Lucy Devine

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You Can Now Have Harry Styles Read You A Bedtime Story

Featured Image Credit: PA

If you've ever imagined drifting off to sleep listening to Harry Styles' soothing tones, well, now is your chance.

Meditation app, Calm, has teamed up with the 26-year-old singer for a series of sleep stories, helping users of the app drop off into a deep slumber.

You can listen to Harry's soothing voice will drifting off to sleep (Credit: PA)
You can listen to Harry's soothing voice will drifting off to sleep (Credit: PA)

Yup, from today, Harry will be narrating a series of stories for the app, and let's just say fans have gone completely wild.

Calm tweeted: "Wednesday. #DreamWithHarry," accompanied by a video of Harry saying: "Hello. I'm Harry Styles" in that dulcet voice we know and love.

You can listen below:

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"It's here, Harry Styles Dream With Me, 8 July 2020," it reads.

Naturally, fans have been going completely wild at the news, with One Direction fans (aka 'Directioners') especially, tweeting about their excitement.

One wrote: "THIS IS IT. HARRY IS SAVING 2020."

While another said: "I'M GONNA SLEEP LIKE A BABY FROM NOW OMG."

Some fans even said they had been reduced to tears, just from the seconds-long clip.

"HIS VOICE IS SO SOOTHING I'M CRYING," admitted one.

While another tweeted: "Alright thank you, Calm. Literally can't thank you enough for this for bringing up the blissful into my life, our life. Yet, instead of making me calm now I'm crying... in a cool way."



Calm even shared a snap of Harry recording the sleep stories, which only sent fans into overdrive further.

"OMFG IM SCREAMING I THOUGHT THIS APP WAS SUPPOSED TO MAKE ME CALM," joked one.

The app had teased the news about Harry yesterday, tweeting a series of emojis followed by "This Wednesday".

It didn't take fans long to work it out - merely just from the fact the app had tweeted a watermelon emoji, in reference to Harry's song, 'Watermelon Sugar'.

If you want Harry to help you drift off to sleep (and who wouldn't?) you can download the Calm app here. They also offer a free trial, so what are you waiting for?!

Topics: Life News, Mental Health

Lucy Devine
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