"When I think of you, I think you’re like Vinnie [Chase] from Entourage," Kyle explained.
"You’ve got a couple of friends around, you’re doing your thing there’s women rolling in and out… is that what your life is like? Or is it a lot more normal than we think?"
Beautiful human being Harry made it clear that his life is NOTHING like Entourage.
"I like to split the two in terms of working and not working," he said.
"I’m definitely aware my working life can be extraordinary at times and isn’t the average thing, but I’d say my personal life is pretty normal."
Because Kyle is Kyle, he KEPT GOING.
"I thought there’d be models and girls fighting [over you], and you’d be like, 'ladies please, one at a time.' It feels like such a waste."
It's about here where Harry completely shuts down Kyle, saying: "No, I just don't do that, I'm sorry."
For those who have never seen Entourage, it's essentially following young movie star Vincent Chase (played by Adrian Grenier) as he lives in Hollywood alongside his childhood friends from Queens, New York.
TBH, Entourage is often criticised for being pretty chauvinistic, as the men's attitude towards 'bromance' and women can be seen as more than a little gross.
So naturally, linking Vinnie to Harry hasn't gone down to well with his fans.
While it can't be easy to field questions from Kyle Sandilands, we have to say Harry handled it beautifully.