Harry Styles flustered after fan shamelessly shoots their shot in Belgium

Harry Styles got more than he bargained for when he stopped his show to chat with a sign-baring fan during his performance in Belgium on Saturday. 

The 29-year-old hitmaker was thrilling fans with his Love On Tour setlist at Festivalpark Werchter in Werchter when the entertaining moment turned his cheeks red. 

He approached the screaming crowds across the barrier and asked for one of the ticket-holder’s names to which she explained it was Lauren with a Belgian accent.

The pair enjoyed a jovial interaction with Harry discovering it was her birthday and probing for more details about the date and her age. 

On learning she was 26, turning 27, the Watermelon Sugar singer wanted to know how her 26th year had been and whether she had any goals and dreams for her next year. 

The eager fan took the opportunity to express her Harry-themed desires to the popstar causing him to turn away, laughing and glowing bright pink at the proposition. 

Another said: ‘”It’s not your birthday yet…. OR IS IT?” HARRY??? Oh no him flirting back makes me so feral [sic].’ 

‘My man literally blushing [sic],’ was a social media user’s response to the amusing on stage moment. 

The interaction came after he paused an earlier gig to allow a pregnant fan to use the toilet midway through the set. 

During a chatty section of his Cardiff show, the singer singled out Sian, an expectant mother who was there with her partner Elliott after they threw a cup on stage.

He informed the audience: ‘I think we all agree that it’s important that Sian goes for a wee don’t we?’ 

The star then promised the pregnant fan she could relieve herself without missing a beat and reassured her: ‘Do you know what I’m gonna do this one time? You go for a wee, I’m gonna stall.’ 

He stayed true to his word and filled the minutes with chatting and further fan encounters.

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