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Harry Styles has once again helped celebrate the milestones of a fan’s life – this time by celebrating with a UK concertgoer who asked for his help to get out.
During a show at Wembley Stadium last night, 28-year-old Watermelon Sugar spotted a sign in the audience from a fan who wrote, “From Ono to Wembley: Help Me Out.” He took it on stage and shared the message with the audience.
“Well, you’d like the people of Wembley to get you out,” Styles told the crowd as they cheered.
As seen in video from that moment, the One Direction graduate put up the sign (promising the fan that he would get it back) and picked up a Pride flag.
“When this flag goes over my head, you’re officially out, okay?” Styles said, holding the flag to his side. “I think that’s how it works.”
“When this [flag] “Go over my head, you are officially my gay boy,” he continued.
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Throughout Styles’ interaction with the crowd, a fan who seemed to be the owner of the sign appears on the big screen above the stage.
Then, to the sound of a drumroll, Styles runs back and forth across the stage waving the flag, while not carrying it just above his head, even joking “No, still straight”.
Finally, the singer of “As It Was” dramatically raises the flag over his head happily and cheers for his fan.
“Congratulations; you’re a free man,” Styles said before nodding and giving a kiss.
Sunday night was not the first time Styles has given a fan a platform to appear on one of his shows.
Dave J Hogan / Getty Harry Styles performs during Radio 1’s Big Weekend 2022 at War Memorial Park on May 29, 2022.
In July 2018, the singer saw a handmade poster of a fan at a tour stop in San Jose, California.
“I traveled 2,846 miles to be here tonight, thank you for the 10 incredible performances,” one sign read, while another read, “I will go to my parents because of you !!!”
In a tweet, Grace wrote that she hoped the singer would see it.
“The double-sided poster for tonight !!! I do not expect anything, but at least I hope he sees it,” he wrote on Twitter.
In a video taken on her Instagram account, Styles asked Grace if she could read her poster aloud, telling Buzzfeed News that she “thought she was very careful and polite.”
Styles asked Grace about her mother’s name, to which Tina replied and explained that her mother was in a hotel a few miles away.
The singer closed the crowd before shouting, “TINA, IT’S GAY!”
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“Tina says she loves you. Congratulations, I’m so glad for you,” he told Grace, pretending to listen to Grace’s mom.
Last November, Styles spotted a sign in the crowd while playing at the Fiserv Forum in Milwaukee, Wisconsin that read, “My mom is in Section 201. Help me out.”
As can be seen in the footage released on TikTok, Styles stopped the music to talk to his fan, McKinley McConnell.
“What would you like to say to your mother?” asked McConnell. “I can tell her if you want.”
“Okay, it’s very crowded! McConnell is heard saying, to which Styles joked, “There are a lot of people. Didn’t you know? Did you think about it well?”
“Okay, do you want to tell her or me?” he asked again, getting the green light from McConnell. “I can tell her, yes, no problem.”
“Lisa, he’s gay!” he shouted as the jumbotrons on the pitch pointed to McConnell’s mother and the crowd erupted in applause. Lisa covered her face with her hands before kissing her daughter downstairs.
“Now, I do not want to spoil the moment,” the singer then joked. “But it would not be nice if you were a little closer.”