Harry Styles turned down an offer to become the face of SheWee

He even received a box of the urination devices.

Harry Styles has revealed that he turned down the chance to become the face of SheWee at the height of his One Direction fame.

The singer, who recently released his debut album, made the surprise revelation when asked about the most bizarre product he had been asked to promote.

He revealed that he had been approached as an unlikely face of the female urination device after tweeting about it.


Despite turning down the deal, he was sent a box of the devices – which are popular for use at festivals.

“They sent me a bunch and I don’t know if I was supposed to do anything with them”, he told the Daily Star.

“I guess I was supposed to give them to my friends.”

He also tweeted about receiving SheWees in 2012.


Last week, Harry Styles announced details of a huge arena tour in 2018, which will see the singer head to venues including The 02 Arena and Manchester Arena – accompanied by a supporting bill that includes the likes of Warpaint and Leon Bridges.

Before then, he’ll head out on a relatively intimate world tour in October, with stop-offs at London’s Hammersmith Apollo – supported by Los Angeles trio MUNA.

He also recently recorded a Carpool Karaoke with James Corden, having previously appeared on the popular Late Late Show segment during his time with One Direction.

Harry Styles’ 2018 tour dates are in full below.

Sun March 11 2018 – BASEL St Jakobshalle
Tue March 13 2018 – PARIS AccorHotels Arena
Wed March 14 2018 – AMSTERDAM Ziggo Dome
Fri March 16 2018 – ANTWERP Sportpaleis
Sun March 18 2018 – STOCKHOLM Ericsson Globe
Mon March 19 2018 – COPENHAGEN Royal Arena
Wed March 21 2018 – OSLO Spektrum
Sat March 24 2018 – OBERHAUSEN Konig-Pilsener Arena
Sun March 25 2018 – HAMBURG Barclaycard Arena
Tue March 27 2018 – MUNICH Olympiahalle
Fri March 30 2018 – BARCELONA Palau Sant Jordi
Sat March 31 2018 – MADRID WiZink Center
Mon April 02 2018 – MILAN Mediolanum Forum
Wed April 04 2018 – BOLOGNA Unipol Arena
Thu April 05 2018 – MANNHEIM SAP Arena
Sat April 07 2018 – BIRMINGHAM Genting Arena
Mon April 09 2018 – MANCHESTER Manchester Arena
Wed April 11 2018 – LONDON O2 Arena
Thu April 12 2018 – LONDON O2 Arena
Sat April 14 2018 – GLASGOW SSE Hydro
Mon April 16 2018 – IRELAND 3 Arena
Sat April 21 2018 – PERTH Arena
Tue April 24 2018 – MELBOURNE Hisense Arena
Fri April 27 2018 – SYDNEY Qudos Bank Arena
Sat April 28 2018 – BRISBANE Entertainment Centre
Tue June 05 2018 – DALLAS American Airlines Center
Thu June 07 2018 – HOUSTON Toyota Center
Sat June 09 2018 – FT LAUDERDALE BB&T Center
Mon June 11 2018 – ATLANTA Infinite Energy Center
Tue June 12 2018 – NASHVILLE Bridgestone Arena
Fri June 15 2018 – PHILADELPHIA Wells Fargo Center
Sat June 16 2018 – TORONTO Air Canada Centre
Mon June 18 2018 – BOSTON TD Garden
Thu June 21 2018 – NEW YORK Madison Square Garden
Sun June 24 2018 – WASHINGTON Verizon Center
Tue June 26 2018 – DETROIT Little Caesars Arena
Wed June 27 2018 – INDIANAPOLIS Bankers Life Fieldhouse
Sat June 30 2018 – CHICAGO United Center
Sun July 01 2018 – SAINT PAUL Xcel Energy Center
Tue July 03 2018 – DENVER Pepsi Center
Fri July 06 2018 – VANCOUVER Rogers Arena
Sat July 07 2018 – SEATTLE Key Arena
Mon July 09 2018 – SACRAMENTO Golden 1 Center
Wed July 11 2018 – SAN JOSE SAP Center at San Jose
Fri July 13 2018 – LOS ANGELES Forum


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