'You've stolen my thunder. Congratulations': Harry Styles helps Singapore fan propose at Love On Tour concert

The British pop sensation played Cupid and helped a fan propose to his girlfriend.
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SINGAPORE — It was a memorable Friday night (March 17) for fans as they gathered at the National Stadium at the Singapore Sports Hub for British singer Harry Styles' concert.

But it was more momentous for one lucky couple, when the pop sensation played Cupid and helped the fan propose to his girlfriend.

Social media videos posted late on Friday night and early Saturday morning showed the 29-year-old singer asking a fan for his name during the concert.

The fan revealed his name was Kenneth.

"Who are you here tonight with, Kenneth?" said Styles.

"Kimmy," replied Kenneth.

"Kenneth asked for some help for something, so (can I get) some romantic music, please?" the 29-year-old singer was heard saying in the videos.

"After you, Kenneth," said Styles.

The fan then proposed to his girlfriend.

"She said yes!" exclaimed Styles, as the crowd cheered. "Kenneth and Kimmy, everybody!"

The singer, who lifted his hands and walked around the stage, said: "What do we do now? What am I supposed to do now? You've stolen my thunder. Congratulations."

He then congratulated the couple — who had been dating for two years — and wished them both "a life of happiness".

This is not the first time Styles has helped a fan propose to a loved one during one of his concerts.

He did something similar at a show in the Philippines earlier in March.

The concert in Singapore was part of Styles' Love On Tour global jaunt, which includes other Asian cities such as Manila, Bangkok and Tokyo.

He had also entertained a crowd of 6,000 at the Singapore Indoor Stadium in 2018 and attracted 5,000 to The Star Theatre in 2017.

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