‘You are a free man’: Harry Styles helps fan come out during Wembley show

Harry Styles has been helping more fans to come out.


The singer brought his Love On Tour er… tour to Wembley Stadium on Sunday after performing his first London gig the previous night.


Despite a 90,000 strong audience, Harry was able to fulfil the dreams of one fan who was holding a sign saying they were ready to be public about their sexuality.


The fan, Matteo from Italy, wrote on a piece of cardboard: ‘From Ono to Wembley: Help me come out.’

It’s not the first time Harry has helped a fan come out on tour, he did the same in 2021 during one of his US shows.


Following his opening night at Wembley, Harry shared an emosh tweet about the performance, writing:

‘Wembley, last night was one of my favourite shows we’ve ever played. I don’t know where to begin thanking you, I’m completely overwhelmed.


We love a bit of unity, so were DELIGHTED to see Former One Direction bandmate Niall Horan in attendance on the night, taking girlfriend Amelia Woolley to support Styles during his sold-out Wembley show.


Mr Styles is set to appear as a gay police officer in LGBTQ+ movie My Policeman, which is out later in 2022. Watch the trailer here.

Scroll down for more videos inc. Niall vibing along to the show. 

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