Harry Styles says he would totally date Liam Payne. Now that you’re having heart palpitations hear what Harry told Top Of The Pops, “I think I’d go out with Liam because he’s a genuine, kind-hearted boy. Someone being genuine is really important to me. I think if you were his girlfriend, he would treat you really well.”
What a totally sweet thing to say about a friend, right? It’s also pretty cool that Harry values sincerity and honesty so much. Even if Harry and Liam may never date, it’s awesome they can be open about their epic bromance and true friendship. We thought we’d pay homage to male friendships, by rounding up our favorite real and fictional bromances from through out the years!
Harry and LiamClearly they are genuine BFFs. I mean, in an alternate universe they would totally date. Credit: Will Alexander/WENN.com
Harry and RonThese two had a long run and an epic ride with twists and turns that proved them true friends--each and every time. Youtube.com
Corey and ShawnWatching them grow up together was epic. Shawn certainly gave Topanga a run for her money. Youtube.com
Jay-Z and KanyeWhether you're into Hova and Yeezy or not, when they perform it's obvious they're having a good time and have a real respect for each other. Credit: PNP/WENN.com
Doug and SkeeterCould Doug have survived his unrequited love for Ms. Mayonnaise without Skeeter? I think not. Youtube.com
Andy and JustinWhen Justin Timberlake and Andy Samberg work together it's just magic. supplied by: WENN.com
Chuck and NateThese two were not only on screen besties, they were real life roommates. Gotta love when the showmances are real. Supplied by WENN.com
Arnold and GeraldA dynamic duo like no other, Arnold and Gerald always kept it real and had each other's backs through thick and thin. Youtube.com
Sherlock and WatsonI don't think there's more "shipping" and fan fiction on the internet about any other couple. Youtube.com
Zack and SlaterThe writers of Saved By The Bell first cast these two as enemies, until it became painfully obvious they had way more chemistry as friends. Zack and Slater
Ted and BarneyHow I Met Your Mother couldn't be what it is without Barney giving Ted horrible (hilarious) advice. Youtube.com
Sam and DeanThey're brothers on screen, lovers in fan fiction, and BFFs in real life. This bromance is a triple threat. Credit: WENN.com
Flight of The ConchordsSeparate these two might be pretty funny, but together this duo makes musical comedy look easy. Supplied by WENN.com
Do you have a favorite bromance? Let us know in the comments!