RIP Harry Styles: Campaign Creates Panic in One Direction Fandom

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Waking up to "RIP Harry Styles" news had us in a panic. Sheer Panic. Don't worry though, he's alive and well – and no, it's not the latest celeb death hoax, but it's an actual campaign to remember fallen soldiers.

What's Harry have to do with it and why even make us believe for a second he's dead? Looking to grab attention? Well, mission accomplished.

The Royal British Legion has launched a campaign that celebrates the soldiers who died in World War I - by featuring those heroes with the same names as well-known celebrities. Their site, called Every Man Remembered, is gaining attention with a poster campaign, including one that reads "Remember Harry Styles, 1893-1915," which reads, in part, "Private Harry Styles wasn't famous, but he should be remembered."

Andy Murray is another soldier's name that graces the campaign, sharing the same moniker as the pro tennis player.
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