Harry Styles makes everyone’s Valentine’s Day dreams come true with Adore Youby Kim Novak
Valentine’s Day just got a whole lot more romantic – Harry Styles performed his track Adore You for BBC Radio 2 and there’s literally nothing that could make the most romantic day of the year better.
The former One Direction star, 26, stopped by the BBC Radio studios to perform live on the Zoe Ball Breakfast Show and fellow presenter Tina Daheley was kind enough to share some behind the scenes footage with fans.
She shared the clip of Harry playing an acoustic guitar as he sang Adore You in the studio surrounded by heart-shaped balloons.
Harry was seen arriving for his appearance on the show wearing an ensemble only he could pull off with his unique style.
The singer donned a brown, cream and white striped t-shirt, pearl necklace and green jacket with applique designs on it.
He paired it with brown flared corduroy trousers, black Vans shoes and a black Gucci bag, and rested a pair of sunglasses on the top of his head.
Harry was greeted by crowds of fans who had queued up in the hopes of getting a glimpse of the hunk as she arrived for Zoe Ball’s show.
He happily posed for selfies outside the studios and chatted to fans while he signed autographs for his adoring followers.
Hundreds of fans could be seen queuing behind barriers outside the BBC radio studios from the early hours, in queues that ran all the way around the block.
While he wouldn’t have physically been able to pose for a selfie with each and every single one, the wait was worth it for them to catch a glimpse of Hazza in the flesh – and the lucky few did go home with a coveted photo for the ‘Gram.
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