Harry Styles helps a fan come out at Wembley gig: 'you're a free man'

The 'As It Was' singer has helped other fans at previous shows come out.


Words: Alastair James; pictures: TikTok

Harry Styles is no stranger to helping his fans come out after helping one do so at one of his Wembley gigs over the weekend. 

The 28-year-old 'As It Was' singer was part way through Love on Tour his show on Sunday (19 June) when he asked the audience if they were having a good time.

He then picked someone from the crowd with a cardboard sign and asked their name relaying to the crowd that it was Mattia from Italy.

"Have you got a sign? Do you want to do this now," Styles asks Mattia in footage from the event seen on TikTok.

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Being passed a cardboard sign that read "From Ono to Wembley: Help me come out" Harry holds it up to be captured on the giant screens much to the ecstatic cheers from the rest of the audience. 

The star then picks up a rainbow flag 'When this flag goes above my head you are officially out" Harry declares adding, "I think that's how it works".

The singer builds up to raising the flag above his head before finally going so to rapturous applause.

He then congratulated Mattia and called him a "free man". 

During a gig last November the 'Watermelon Sugar' singer helped a young fan come out to their mother who was also in the audience. 

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