Harry Styles tells fan she’s better off without cheating boyfriend at special London show
Posted by  badge Boss on May 25
Harry Styles, an icon (Picture: Reuters)

 rallied around a fan who had been cheated on by her boyfriend as he performed a special show in  to celebrate the release of his new album. 

The As It Was star, 28, on Tuesday night where he performed tracks from his acclaimed new album Harry’s House. 

During his set, Harry interacted with a fan called Jess, before launching into his new track Boyfriends.

After noticing Jess’s sign, Harry addressed the audience, saying: ‘This sign says, I might paraphrase, “My boyfriend slept with my best friend,” and then it says, “Boyfriends suck.”.’

Harry asked Jess what her boyfriend’s name was, to which she responded Luke.

‘It’s a sh*t name anyway,’ the singer replied. ‘Not going to lie Jess, that’s brutal, what I will say is, you’re better off without him.

Harry dedicated his new track Boyfriends to a fan named Jess (Picture: Splash News)

‘What do you think we’re going to say to Luke?’

The crowd then chanted back ‘f*ck you!’, prompting Harry to exclaim: ‘This is a family show! Or is it? I dedicate this next song to Jess. It’s called Boyfriends.’

Iconic.

Elsewhere at the gig,after he noticed a fan in distress as he sang his 2017 single Sign Of The Times.

The artist stopped midway through the number to check if the audience member was okay and asked the crowd to ‘split, make a pathway down, please’ so help could reach them.

Harry’s new album Harry’s House was released last week (Picture: Getty)

Addressing the rest of the concertgoers, he asked: ‘Everyone else good? You okay?’

‘We’re going to keep going if everyone feels good,’ Harry then added.

It was an action-packed night, as Harry also made a joke about his 2019 hit Watermelon Sugar.

‘I pray we go out there and be nice to each other,’ he said. ‘If you ever find yourself confused and scared… remember you can sing along to a song about oral sex.’

Harry is also set to take his Love On Tour shows around the world this summer, beginning on June 11 in Glasgow, after it was pushed back due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.