Harry Styles Ends His Debut Tour in Los Angeles

Harry Styles Ends His Debut Tour in Los Angeles

On Saturday night, Harry Styles wrapped up his debut tour with his second sold out show at The Forum in Los Angeles. And it seemed like he didn't want this big career moment to end just yet, with audience members reporting that the "Sign of the Times" singer sang his bop "Kiwi" three times throughout his whole set.

He then gave a heartfelt message, thanking all his fans and announcing that he's taking a much well-deserved break after his five-month long world tour. "This doesn't happen to people like me very often at all, and there is one single reason why I get to do this job and it's because of every single one of you," he said. "I'm gonna go away for a little while and make some more music, and then I'll see you very soon. It's been an honor to play in front of you every night … and thank you for trusting me by coming to a concert at all. Thank you."

This last stop had a star-studded audience. Fans spotted the singer's rumored ex, Kendall Jenner, as well as Shawn Mendes. People reports that pop sensation Meghan Trainor and her fiancé, Spy Kids' Daryl Sabara were also in the LA crowd.

Harry also had a sweet interaction with a fan, holding a sign that says "I'm gay and I love you." "I mean, we're all a little bit gay," he replied. "We're all a little bit gay, aren't we?"

The 24-year-old singer kicked off his show, Harry Styles: Live On Tour, back in March in Basel, Switzerland. This was where he sang his new songs "Anna" and "Medicine"—the song that has turned him into a queer icon.

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