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Harry Styles helps fan come out to her mother during Milwaukee concert

The pop star assisted the fan at a gig at Milwaukee's Fiserv Forum this week

By Charlotte Krol

Harry Styles performs live
Styles has postponed 'Love on Tour' shows in the UK twice already.(Photo: Wikimedia commons/Lovclyhes)

Harry Styles helped a fan come out to her mother during his ‘Love On Tour’.

The soloist and former One Direction singer was performing in Milwaukee on Wednesday (November 3) when he spotted a sign from a fan in stalls close to the stage that read: “My mom is in Section 201. Help me come out??”

Styles took it upon himself to locate the fan’s mother who was much further away in an upper seating area. Once located, Styles ran back to the fan across the stage to ask her if she wanted to make the announcement on his microphone.

Eventually, the fan let Styles do the honour, and he yelled towards her mother: “Lisa, she’s gay!” A roaring applause followed from the crowd.

You can watch the whole exchange in a TikTok video here or a snippet in the below tweet.

Meanwhile, last Saturday (October 30) Styles dressed up as Dorothy from The Wizard Of Oz for his ‘Harryween Fancy Dress Party’ at New York City’s Madison Square Garden.

He also covered Britney Spears’ ‘Toxic’ at the same venue the following night (October 31).

As Setlist.FM reports, the ‘Harryween’ gig saw Styles deliver a 16-song setlist while dressed up as a harlequin clown. Towards the end of the show, the star performed his 2018 song ‘Medicine’ before transitioning into a feral, full-band rendition of Spears’ 2004 classic.

Styles’ current run of dates, in support of his 2019 album ‘Fine Line’, is due to wrap up at the UBS Arena in New York on November 28.

The singer also played Madison Square Garden earlier in October and dedicated ‘Kiwi’ to Halsey, who was in attendance that evening.

Last December, Styles postponed the UK/European leg of his ‘Love On Tour’ indefinitely due to uncertainties surrounding the coronavirus pandemic. He was initially set to hit the road in April 2020.

“Everyone’s health and safety remains our top priority,” he wrote in a statement. “I really hope to play these shows and will have news for you in the new year on when they will take place.”