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STYLIN' AT THE GRAMMY MUSEUM

Following his charming Q&A at L.A.'s Grammy Museum with producer Jeff Bhasker and interviewer Cameron Crowe, Columbia star Harry Styles favors a distaff contingent from HITS with a selfie, though he declined their slightly ominous request to "groom him."

During the free-ranging conversation, Styles and Bhasker told Crowe about the process of creating his acclaimed solo album, with a stripped-down performance of current single "Two Ghosts" as a postscript. Styles, widely favored for Record and Song Grammy nods (for starters), gave props to Sony Music boss Rob Stringer (then head of Columbia) for agreeing to "leave him alone" until he had music he was excited to share.

Seen just before Styles was rescued by security are (l-r) Robin Gerber, Sara Baczewski, Melissa Mondello, Styles and Samantha Hissong.

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