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Liam Payne sticks to foreclosure rules like the rest of the UK.

But ahead of her BAFTA performance this weekend, the One Direction star, 27, was seen heading into rehearsals, sporting a rugged new look.

Liam was seen waiting to rehearse in a muscular white tee shirt, with long, unkempt hair and a beard.

Old Look: Liam often sports a sharper look, at one point a buzzcut [pictured 2018]

New Look: Liam Payne was seen heading to BAFTA rehearsals, sporting a rugged new look. Liam often sports a sharper look, at one point a buzzcut [L in 2018]

The singer looked thoughtful as he walked around the set, his tattooed arms crossed.

Liam often sports a cleaner look, at one point a buzzcut and a close shave.

Her new hair is reminiscent of former bandmate Harry Styles, who once sported long braids.

Tough: Liam sticks to foreclosure rules like the rest of the UK

Tough: Liam sticks to foreclosure rules like the rest of the UK

Coming up: Liam set to perform at the 2021 British Academy Film Awards on Sunday

Coming up: Liam set to perform at the 2021 British Academy Film Awards on Sunday

Undressed: Her new hair is reminiscent of former bandmate Harry Styles, who once wore such long braids

Unkempt: his new hair is reminiscent of former teammate Harry Styles [pictured], who once wore long braids

Unkempt: his new hair is reminiscent of former teammate Harry Styles [R], who once wore long braids

Liam is set to perform at the 2021 British Academy Film Awards using augmented reality to create an avatar that will appear on viewers’ phones.

The singer will take the stage at the Royal Albert Hall on Sunday as part of the awards show, which will take place this weekend on UKTN One.

In a world premiere, Liam will be recorded live and streamed to fans across the UK on their mobile phones via the AR The Round app.

New experience: Liam's performance uses augmented reality to create an avatar that will be shown on viewers' phones

New experience: Liam’s performance uses augmented reality to create an avatar that will be shown on viewers’ phones

At night, the star’s body, facial movements and live audio data will instantly be transformed into 3D animations to create an immersive experience.

He will wear a motion capture suit containing sensors that pick up his every move and a headset specially designed to track his face and voice.

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This data will be synchronized live and transmitted in real time so fans across the UK can enjoy the live performance on their phones, wherever they are.

First Look: The singer will take the stage at the Royal Albert Hall on Sunday and his body, facial movements and live audio will instantly be transformed into 3D animations

First Look: The singer will take the stage at the Royal Albert Hall on Sunday and his body, facial movements and live audio will instantly be transformed into 3D animations

The platinum artist, who has sold over 23 million singles since going solo, will then be joined by his avatar as a hologram on stage as he performs.

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Ahead of his performance, Liam said, “ Being able to play live via my own Avatar blows me a bit!

“I’m really happy that everyone is seeing what we’re working on. The advancements in technology by the minute are phenomenal and I can’t wait to see what we do next.

“For now, this Sunday you can take a first look at my EE BAFTA performance, delivered by my real life Avatar live in your kitchen, bedroom, on the bus or at the park… see you soon.

Last month it was announced that Dermot O’Leary, Clara Amfo and Edith Bowman are set to host the BAFTAs as bosses unveil their plans for a “virtual celebration of talent.”

Coming soon: Edith Bowman will join the duo hosting the two-night ceremony on April 10 and 11, with all nominees accepting their prizes virtually due to the Covid pandemic

Coming soon: Edith Bowman will join the duo hosting the two-night ceremony on April 10 and 11, with all nominees accepting their prizes virtually due to the Covid pandemic

The trio will hold a two-night ceremony on April 10 and 11, with all nominees accepting their prizes virtually due to the Covid pandemic.

In a statement, the bosses confirmed they hope the weekend will be a ‘celebration of talent’ despite the ongoing pandemic, after announcing their most diverse nominee roster in the 74-year history prices.

Clara will present for the first time the opening night of the EE BAFTA Film Awards on Saturday April 10, where eight of the 17 BAFTA Awards will be presented.

Dermot and Edith will then host the second evening of the BAFTAs on Sunday 11 April where the main acting awards will be presented, including the much sought-after Best Film and Best British Film.

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