The mystery girl who pop star Harry Styles wrote about in love song 'Carolina' is a beautiful 20-year-old college student he met on a blind date, Daily can reveal.
The star was clearly bowled over by pretty brunette Townes Adair Jones who he met in Los Angeles a couple of years ago.
by Joanne Fernandes Editor's note: The following article is an edited version of a presentation given by Joanne Fernandes at a Parents Seminar in Louisiana in the spring of 1983.
Joanne is now the very able, very dynamic president of the National Federation of the Blind of Louisiana.
A friend of Townes told Daily Mail.com: 'They were set up on a blind date and it was sort of a natural thing, they really hit it off.'They only met the once but both had a memorable night, so memorable that it inspired Harry to write a song about her.'Townes is still spinning over it, it was a shock, such a surprise.'Styles sings in upbeat 'Carolina': 'I met her once and wrote a song about her, I wanna scream, I wanna shout it out, I hope she hears me now.'The song - which Styles performed on the Late Late Show on Monday night - says Townes has family in 'Carolina' and that she told him that he reminds her of home. Another line in Styles' song says: 'She's got a book for every situation.'[Verse 1]She's got a family in Carolina So far away, but she's says I remind her of home She looks so far from home She never saw herself as a west coaster Moved all the way cause her grandma told her'Better swim before you drown'[Chorus] She's a good girl She's such a good girl Yeah, she's a good girl She feels so good[Verse 2]She's got a book for every situation Gets into parties without invitations How could you ever turn her down?
Styles even drops Townes' first name into the lyrics, leaving his millions of fans wondering who the mystery girl is. I've had a dream that I think I've seen her How would I tell her that she's all I think about? She feels so good.'The friend said Townes was 'surprised' by Styles' song but thinks it is 'lovely' and 'adorable'.'The story is as cute as the song is, she thinks it's adorable, really sweet, but she was really surprised by the gesture,' the friend said.'She never imagined he'd do something like this.
Northerner Debbie is the first to feature on the show and bravely opens up to the much-loved presenter about moving on from a tragic loss.“It’s usually in between our initial contact and our first date that I tell them,” Jolliff says.“I will not ever be the person that surprises them.Taking pictures “isn’t even something that crosses my mind,” she says. Last fall, Jolliff signed up for e Harmony and Ok Cupid.“I want the ‘deeper’ connection that sites like e Harmony and to an extent, Ok Cupid, can bring,” Jolliff says.She can distinguish lights from darks, and her seeing-eye dog helps her navigate the world. For Jolliff, such dating platforms are largely incompatible with Voiceover, a screen reading software she uses on her i Phone.