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How Scotland could help bag Harry Styles a top award at tonight’s Grammys

Harry Styles in the video for Adore You, shot in East Lothian
Harry Styles in the video for Adore You, shot in East Lothian

When Harry Styles opens the Grammys tonight, Scotland might help him bag a top award.

Casting director Claire Catterson will be cheering him on after helping bring the One Direction star to East Lothian to shoot the video for his hit Adore You.

The promo is up for Best Music Video and Catterson is convinced Scotland’s natural beauty could swing it.

The respected casting director, who has put together a raft of acclaimed videos and adverts, cast all the characters in the film, including Zac McGoldrick, 11, Jude Shedden, 12, and Ty McPhee, 12, who plays a young Harry Styles. The young actor, who shot a number of scenes with the real Harry, is better known as Calum Adams in BBC Scotland soap River City.

The film features Port Seaton harbour, Cockenzie High Street and its atmospheric Thorntree Inn.

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Harry Styles on stage

Claire, who comes from Erskine, said: “I’m always looking for opportunities to share how beautiful Scotland is and we have so many talented people who are natural entertainers and just comfortable in front of the camera.”

The 63rd Grammys will take place in Los Angeles tonight, with performances from Styles, who is also up for Best Pop Vocal Album for Fine Line and Best Pop Solo performance for Watermelon Sugar, Dua Lipa, Taylor Swift, Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion.

Beyonce leads the way with nine nominations, while Taylor Swift is favourite to pick up the coveted album of the year award for her first lockdown record Folklore.