Harry Styles Confirms He's Touring Australia And New Zealand Later This Year
International pop rock icon Harry Styles has confirmed he will be taking his tour to Australia and New Zealand this year.
There has been a lot of speculation the former One Direction star would bring his Love On Tour show down under and finally those hopes have been confirmed.
He'll be banging out some of the hits from his latest album Fine Line, including 'Lights Up', 'Adore You' and 'Watermelon Sugar'.
The heartthrob will be heading our way and across the Tasman in November and December, and will be bringing 'Finders Keepers' singer Mabel along as tour support for the Australian leg.
The dates are as follows:
- 20 November - Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney
- 23 November - Spark Arena, Auckland
- 26 November - Brisbane Entertainment Centre
- 28 November - Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne
- 2 December - RAC Arena, Perth
It's been two years since Styles was in Australia for his Sign of the Times tour, where he rocked out to audiences in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.
Now he's back and is playing at some of the biggest entertainment centres in the country.
The singer recently made waves at the BRIT Awards for having the best time with international sensation Lizzo.
However, it got a bit awkward when the host for the night, Jack Whitehall, threw out a weird joke to Styles.
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Whitehall went out into the audience and seated himself next to Styles. After a bit of banter with Lizzo, who was sat right behind them, Whitehall turned to the two women seated next to Styles and asked: "I don't want to pry, have you brought someone here with you tonight?
"Is one of these ladies your date?"
Styles pointed to the brunette to his right and said with a straight face: "That's my sister."
An embarrassed Whitehall quickly replied: "Sister? Oh God, sorry!"
As Styles' sister Gemma took a swig of Champagne, Whitehall carried on with his patter, in turn making things even more awkward.
Worried that his apologies came across as an insult to Gemma, he said: "No, no - that's great! Keep it in the family... Not keep it in the family, I meant... It's nice to bring your family. I brought my mum! I brought my mum with me!"
As Gemma - a writer, who also happens to have 5.1 million followers on Instagram - turned away, rolling her eyes, her brother leaned into the microphone and calmly asked Whitehall about his mum: "How is Hilary?"
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