Gen Z’s golden boy has done it again!
Performing at Wembley Stadium last weekend as a part of his Love On Tour world tour, Harry helped a fan come out as gay.
During his performance, he noticed a concertgoer’s sign that read, “From Ono to Wembley: Help me come out.” Upon Harry’s request, Mattia – the fan who travelled from Italy to watch Harry perform live – passed him the cardboard sign.
Picking up a rainbow pride flag, Harry asked the crowd to make some noise for Mattia.
“When this flag goes above my head, you are officially out, okay? I think that is how it works…” the singer joked. “When this flag goes above my head, you are officially gay, my boy!”
Harry ran across the stage, building a sense of excitement among the crowd, before raising the flag and declaring, “Congratulations, Mattia! You are now a free man.”
Fans have praised Harry for making his concerts an inclusive and safe environment for the LGBTQIA+ community.
One fan, @babyh0neyharry, tweeted, “the way harry helped his fan to come out is so precious, he made it as comfortable as possible for them and i know that this fan feels accepted and loved.”
Another wrote, “harry styles helping fans come out is actually super special and i don’t think ppl realize just how big that is.”
This isn’t the first time Harry has supported a fan coming out at a concert.
Last year, a TikTok went viral of Harry helping a fan named McKinley come out to her mother.
Holding up a sign reading, “my mom is in section 201. Help me come out?”, McKinley asked Harry to tell her mother on her behalf. Harry then ran over to the fan’s mother before announcing, “Lisa, she’s gay!”
We love to see it!