British singer and heartthrob Harry Styles wowed Australian audiences over the weekend when he helped a young fan come out to her family.
During his first show in Sydney, Australia, on Friday night, the 29-year-old briefly interrupted the Love On Tour concert after reading a sign held by a 17-year-old girl in the front row at Accor Stadium.
Asal, holding the board, had written the words, ‘My family is all here, help me get out’.
Harry paused midway through the song to read her request to the sold-out arena before acknowledging that the city was proudly celebrating at the moment.
“Can I please have some sparkling coming-out music,” Harry asked his bandmates who were behind him on stage.
“What pace do we want Asal?” he wondered. “A midtempo in the middle.”
The international star and ex-One Direction member then picked up a rainbow flag from the stage and announced that Asal would be ‘out’ if he fell.
‘Freedom. Let it rain down on you like a big gay shower. Congratulations,’ he said.
Asal, who uses the username @teasemetheband on TikTok, shared footage of the moment when her supporters congratulated her in the comments section below.
Asal, who goes by the username @teasemetheband on TikTok, shared footage of her supporters congratulating her in the comments section below
“This was so much fun to watch. I’m so happy for you,” one stranger wrote.
“Ahhhh honey, your dad and your family were behind us and it was seriously so beautiful. I am so happy for your beauty,’ said another.
A third added: ‘That was the best moment. I hope you are so proud.”
Harry did the same for a fan in Melbourne, stopping midway through the show to chat with the fan, whose name was Fauve.
Although there wasn’t much secret left after he addressed her and her mother, who was standing next to her, and her father, who was in another section, Harry sang a fast song-and-dance number. celebrate the fan coming out.
Harry Styles, 29, helped a fan come out to her parents at a concert in Melbourne, Australia, on Feb. 24, according to a viral video reposted by Storyful
Harry was dressed vibrantly for the show with a pink and orange striped shirt embellished with sequins, along with a contrasting white collar.
He complemented the shirt with bright pink leather pants.
While addressing the fan, Harry said he’d never heard the name “Fauve” before, though either she or her mother yelled back that it was a “French name.”
‘Very refined!’ he replied, before sharing her plate with the rest of the massive audience.
Fauve’s sign reads, “Help me get out. My mom is next to me and dad is level 2, section 41,” he read.
“I feel like I can help,” Harry added modestly, adding, “I feel like she might know” in response to Fauve’s smothering Lisa.
“I mean, I just said it and it’s on the screen.”
Fauve’s sign reads, “Help me get out. My mom is next to me and dad is level 2, section 41,” he read. “I feel I can help,” Harry added modestly
“This is the first time we’re taking Down Under, so get ready,” he said. “Everything is upside down!”
Then Harry’s band provided him with some “coming out music,” which turned out to be a funky disco-style groove.
‘Are you happy with the music? Does this suit the occasion?’ he said as he checked in with Fauve.
‘Let’s go! Let’s go! Let’s go, let’s go, let’s go!’ he yelled to the beat of the music as he raised his hands to pump up the crowd before turning and twirling onstage at the climactic moment.
“Fauve is out!” he said at the end of the short song. ‘It’s finished!’ he added, clenching his fist triumphantly.
“You ascend to the heavens of freedom, Fauve!” he shouted after the performance. ‘Enjoy it!’
Harry Styles will now embark on his whirlwind tour to Auckland on March 7.