Harry Styles ‘lookalike’ may be headed in the wrong direction

Harry Styles ‘lookalike’ may be headed in the wrong direction

25-year-old student Aron Dale has quit college to work as a full time Harry Styles lookalike.

Harry Styles ‘lookalike’ may be headed in the wrong direction

Middlesbrough student Aron Dale has quit college to pursue a career as a full time Harry Styles lookalike.

Right.

Aron Dale says he can't go shopping without being ''surrounded'' by screaming fans who mistake him for the 1D singer.

OK.

His genes also seem to have left him unlucky in love as he explains it’s difficult to have a relationship because friends of any prospective girlfriends will be jealous of her.

"In my local area people know who I am because I've been on the X-Factor.. There's a lot of jealousy."

Harry Styles ‘lookalike’ may be headed in the wrong direction

Jealous, of this audition.

Despite Aron packing in his university engineering course to be the 1D heartthrob full time he has only clinched six jobs in more than a year.

Nonetheless, he's planning to move to London in a bid to make it big and reckons it could be his ticket to being the new face of L'Oreal or Coca Cola.

We wish Harry … oops Aron all the luck in the world.

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