Harry Styles belted out hits in Germany on Tuesday during another blockbuster Love On Tour show, but his performance at Munich’s Olympic Stadium was made all the more special for one epic reason.
Looking killer in a striped polo top and leather trousers, the 29-year-old superstar sauntered across the stage before noticing one of his fan’s signs.
Stopping to read it, Harry could be heard asking in fan footage: ‘Would you like to take this enquiry to the public?’
The former One Directioner was speaking to a woman named Cecilia who was holding up a sign that read: ‘He cheated. Should I forgive him?’
True to his word, Harry put Cecilia’s question to the tens-of-thousands-strong audience, who started to chart in unison: ‘Dump him, dump him.’
When Cecilia told Harry her partner’s name was Flo, he quipped: ‘Flo, why? Was it worth it to throw it all away?’
‘Is Flo here tonight?’ Harry added, to which Cecilia replied: ‘He’s working.’
Harry then said: ‘That’s unfortunate because I have some questions.’
Sharing the incredible moment on Instagram, MailOnline reports that Cecilia wrote: ‘Thank you, Harold (and the 70,000 people in Munich N1) for your advice!’
It comes after Harry celebrated the one-year anniversary of his record-breaking album, Harry’s House, delighting fans with an unseen snap for the occasion.
The record earned him success across the globe, making Harry the biggest-selling artist of the year in US pure album sales.
Lead single As It Was has clocked up over two billion streams on Spotify alone, and he continues to tour the world, performing his hits to thousands of adoring fans in stadiums every night.
Taking to Instagram earlier in May to reflect on the past 12 months, the singer said he’s ‘never been happier’.
‘One year of Harry’s House’, he began to his 48.8million followers.
‘I’ve never been happier than making this album, thank you for everything,’ raved Harry, who also shared a stylish photo of himself wearing a green and white t-shirt.
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