Harry Styles Aids Fan to Come Out During London Show

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Harry Styles celebrates Pride month with a boom. 

On Sunday at the Wembley Stadium in London, the Watermelon Sugar singer was asked by someone in the crowd: “From Ono to Wembley: Help me come out,” written in the sign that drew Styles’ eyes to the fan. 

In the middle of every performance, the musician plunged into action. 

Waving a rainbow flag he grabbed from the crowd, Styles said, “When this flag goes over my head, you are officially out. I think that’s how it works: When this sign goes over the head, you’re officially gay, my boy.” 

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Styles built the crowd’s thrill by running back and forth, hoisting the flag across the stage before raising it to ecstatic cheers. 

“Congratulations, you’re a free man!” Styles further said. 

After the concert, Styles wrote a statement on Twitter, describing it as “one of my favorite shows we’ve ever played.” 

Styles, who has voiced out about sexual and gender fluidity, will appear as a closeted cop in a romance movie, My Policeman, this fall. 

Harry’s House is scheduled to go throughout Europe ahead of his New York shows in August, where he is scheduled to perform no less than 15 shows at Madison Square Garden. 

The tour will also include multi-night stops in Austin and Chicago. 

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