Moment where Harry Styles bows to Aussie legend Daryl Braithwaite as he joins him onstage at the Sydney concert to perform the iconic hit Horses duet
Harry Styles surprised fans when he invited legendary Aussie singer Daryl Braithwaite to the stage at his show in Sydney on Saturday night.
The British superstar was at the second performance of his show at Accor Stadium when he called out Daryl on stage.
As the Australian singer took the stage, Harry bowed to Daryl before they performed a duet with his iconic hit Horses.
The crowd erupted in cheers as the performers embraced before singing the iconic song.
A video of the historic performance was shared on Accor Stadium’s official Twitter page.
The moment Harry Styles bowed to Aussie legend Daryl Braithwaite as he joined him on stage at his concert in Sydney to perform his iconic hit Horses on Saturday
‘It’s a Where Were You moment in Australian entertainment history!’ the video was subtitled.
Pop icon Harry Styles has concluded his tour of Australia with a stunning duo featuring Aussie legend Daryl Braithwaite performing a rendition of The Horses to 70,000 fans.
Braithwaite told fans he had waited seven years to get the chance to do it and joined Styles on stage towards the end of his brilliant Saturday night show.
It comes after Braithwaite sang along to Styles’ rendition of his famous song The Horses at his concert in Melbourne last Saturday night.
He attended the concert of the Grammy winner, who performed his iconic song to concertgoers.
Braithwaite was dressed in a white T-shirt as he stumbled into the Marvel Stadium gig.
The British superstar was at the second performance of his show at Accor Stadium when he called out Daryl on stage
As the Australian singer took the stage, Harry bowed to Daryl before they performed a duet on his iconic hit Horses.
He smiled and laughed as the audience danced along to the British hitmaker’s rendition.
The artist shared his excitement on Facebook the following day, writing: ‘What an extraordinary night it was at Harry’s performance. I just love the feeling of these huge concerts as they take on a life of their own.’
He continued, “Harry Styles is so good at what he does and they loved him. I was completely overwhelmed by the night. Thank you to Harry and his army.’
Harry certainly won over Australian fans on his Love On Tour when the tattooed star impressed the crowd by doing a ‘shoey’ during his set at HBF Park in Perth.
The crowd erupted in cheers as the performers embraced before singing the iconic song