#weegiebigweekend star Harry Styles is the celebrity most kids want made into a robot

One Direction hunk Harry Styles is the celebrity kids want turned into a robot, according to research.

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The singer will open the Radio 1 Big Weekend on Saturday - and it seems kids want their own piece of Harry Styles.

Around 2,000 kids in the UK, aged five to 17 years old, were asked to pick the celebrities who they think should be turned into robots so they can live forever.

US superstar Pharrell Williams, who is also due to perform on Saturday as well at the Radio 1 Big Weekend, will no doubt be 'happy' that he topped the list.

The full list of celebrity 'robots' included -

1. Harry Styles

2. David Beckham

3. Cheryl Cole

4,5,6 William, Kate and Prince George

7. Pharrell Williams

8. Miley Cyrus

9. Beyonce

10. Tom Daley

The Evening Times are gearing up for Radio 1's Big Weekend and we're planning special online coverage throughout the weekend, starting at midday on Friday and not finishing until midnight on Sunday.

Our festival team will be capturing all the colour from Britain's biggest free ticketed live music event, with 50,000 music lovers on hand to see such big names as One Direction, Paolo Nutini, Pharrell Williams and Katy Perry.

We'll have the latest backstage gossip from the stars and top DJs, and reaction from fans, and we've created our own hashtag we want you to share when you're telling the world about your #weegiebigweekend experiences.

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