Hardcore fans of certain celebrities have been known to do some bizarre things in relation to their beloved star, but scenes from Harry Styles concerts have at least proved his supporters are not alone in their actions.
The former One Direction star has entertained fans in a number of cities following the release of his latest album Harry's House, putting on a show in Glasgow, Scotland, and performing at London's Wembley Stadium as part of Capital radio's Summertime Ball.
You won't be surprised to hear the events were packed to the brim with fans who had come from far and wide to watch the show, but videos from both the Glasgow and Wembley shows have also showed attendees pulling off some impressive co-operation.
In one TikTok video captured at Styles' concert in Glasgow, fans could be seen having a seemingly lovely time dancing together in a circle far back from the closely-packed section of concertgoers near the front of the stage.
The footage showed an increasing number of fans, the majority of who were likely strangers, putting their hands on one another's shoulders and joining in the circle, with a caption referencing one of Styles' songs as it read: "Treat people with kindness. Glasgow. 11.06.22."
The following day, fans demonstrated another impressive formation as they gathered in a huge line before making their way to the stage set up in Wembley.
They look to have been controlled by some sort of security as they marched to the front, though excitement appeared to get the better of some as they began sprinting to get a spot right by the stage.
The footage left TikTok users confused, with one commenting: "Why they walking like a Mii parade?"
Another said: "It's such aggressive speed walking, I love it."
Styles' popularity has prompted an announcement from Old Trafford stadium in Manchester, where Styles is set to perform on 15 and 16 June, urging fans not to arrive 'the day or night before the show'.
"Gates open at 4pm for both shows. The roads around Emirates Old Trafford are extremely busy with narrow pathways causing danger for pedestrians. Please do not put yourselves and others at risk!" the statement added, before warning that fans 'who arrive early run the risk of not being admitted into Emirates Old Trafford for the shows'.
The videos from Styles' shows came amid news of a fan falling from the top tier of Ibrox Stadium in Glasgow during his concert on Saturday (11 June).
The man is said to have landed on other people in the crowd before being treated by medical staff at the event.
His mum has since confirmed he miraculously did not suffer any major injuries and has been discharged from hospital.Featured Image Credit: TikTok/@aly_gillies/@neavesjoss