Steve Jennings

Harry Styles proclaimed “we’re all a little bit gay” during a recent concert.

The former One Direction star was performing the final show of his headline world tour in Inglewood, California on Saturday 14 July, when he read aloud a fan’s sign that had the words “I’m gay and I love you” written on it.

“I love you as well, thank you for coming,” he replied to the fan, before adding: “We’re all a little bit gay, aren’t we?”

Watch a video of the moment below.

Harry has expressed his support for the LGBTQ community on several occasions during his extensive world tour, having regularly flown rainbow Pride flags on stage and even brandished a ‘Make American Gay Again’ flag.

Just last week, he helped one young fan, Grace, come out to her mother, Tina, after seeing her in the crowd holding a sign that read: “I’m gonna come out to my parents because of you.”

In response to the sign, Harry led the audience into a chant of “Tina, she’s gay!” which went viral on social media. Grace later showed the video to her mother, who said she was “overjoyed” that her daughter is gay.

Fans have also praised Harry for an unreleased song he performed on tour called Medicine, which many have called a bisexual anthem.

“The boys and girls are here, I’m messing around with them, and I’m okay with it,” he sings on the track.

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