Harry Styles Makes a Wish to Take Over the 'Tonight Show' -- and It Comes True!


Harry Styles
stopped by The Tonight Show on Wednesday, where he revealed his secret desire to host the iconic talk show.

Sitting down with Jimmy Fallon on Wednesday, the musician was presented with a small jade bottle Fallon received from beloved musician Stevie Nicks when she was a musical guest years ago.

"She said, 'Jimmy, open the bottle, blow into it and make a wish, and that wish will come true.' And I did," Fallon recounted. "I won't tell you what the wish was, but, you're here!"

According to Fallon, the wish he actually made came true, so he thought it would be a great opportunity for Styles to make a magic wish of his own.

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After apprehensively taking the small bottle, Styles gently blew into it and sealed it back up quickly.

Immediately upon closing the bottle, Fallon clutched his chest and fell to the floor, pretending to die. Without missing a beat, the 23-year-old performer walked from the couch, around Fallon's motionless body, and took a seat in the host's chair.

"Hey! We've got a great show for you tonight! Harry Styles is here!" he yelled, living out his true dream of hosting the Tonight Show, if even for a brief moment.

After their adorable toss to a commercial break, the singer-turned-actor also opened up about working with director Christopher Nolan on the upcoming World War II drama Dunkirk.

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"I'm such a fan of his, and I'm such a fan of so many people working on this film," Styles marveled. "I felt so lucky to be there, to be honest."

tells the true story of one of the most harrowing battles of World War II, in which Allied soldiers from Britain, Belgium, Canada, and France were evacuated from the harbor in Dunkirk, France, during Operation Dynamo, as Nazi forces surrounded them and moved in to attack.

During the evacuation, civilian vessels were called on to support the evacuation, and many families risked life and limb to help in the dangerous military operation.

"It's kind of the opposite of what a traditional movie [about] war is," Styles reflected. "It's not about us being heroes and going and saving the day. It's just about community heroism and about how these small acts from civilians and the normal people coming to save us makes this thing. It's very much about the spirit of people and how, when people come together, you can do incredible things."

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Recently, Nolan opened up to ET about his controversial decision to cast the former One Direction singer, and responded to critics who accused the filmmaker of "stunt casting" to generate buzz for the film.

"When I cast Heath Ledger as the Joker [in The Dark Knight], it raised a lot of eyebrows and caused a lot of comment," he added. "I have to trust my instincts, and Harry was perfect for this part." Check out the video below to hear more.

sails into theaters July 21.