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Harry Styles refused to take up ballet to cure 'long-running back problem'

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16 November 2013

London, November 16 (ANI): Harry Styles has revealed that he was ordered to take up ballet classes to help cure a back problem, but he refused as it didn't seem macho enough.

The One Direction star said that one of his legs is roughly half-an-inch longer than the other which had caused him a long-running back injury, the Mirror reported.

The 19-year-old singer said that an osteopath advised him to channel his inner Billy Elliot to soothe the pain, but he instead took up yoga to cure himself. (ANI)

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