Harry Styles Helped A Fan Come Out To Her Mum Mid-Concert And It's AMAZING
13 July 2018, 12:06
"Tina... she's gay!"
Floral suit Prince and our future husband Harry Styles helped a fan come out at his concert in California (July 11) and it's honestly the best thing you'll see all week.
Harry, as we all know, is a huge LGBTQ+ advocate. In fact, he's made his concerts such a safe space for the LGBTQ+ community, fans are coming out to their friends and families - and the world - in the crowd.
Harry was on stage at his gig in San Jose when he spotted a poster in the crowd that read: ‘I’m gonna come out to my parents because of you.’
the double sided poster for tonight !!! I’m not expecting anything but I hope he at least sees it pic.twitter.com/6nlMTu9nHG— Grace TOMORROW (@takehismedicine) July 12, 2018
Harry paused the show to talk to the girl, Grace, and asked what her mother's name was. It's Tina, by the way. Remember that detail because it's about to go down in Styles fandom history.
He asked Grace where her mum Tina was (she was back at the hotel four miles away...) and then he shushed the crowd in the arena so that he could tell Tina "before [Grace] gets a chance."
After the crowd went quiet, Harry shouted into the mic "TINA... SHE'S GAY!" and then followed up by telling Grace, "She says... she loves ya." We're not crying, YOU'RE crying. OK?
Grace, who came out as bi, has since shared her story on Twitter, and it looks like mum Tina is LIVING for it.
“TINA SHE’S GAY”— Grace TOMORROW (@takehismedicine) July 12, 2018
I SHOWED MY MOM THE VIDEOS FROM TONIGHT. SHE IS OVERJOYED AND SAYS THAT “YES I DO LOVE YOU AND YOU CAN BE WHOEVER YOU WANT TO BE” SHE WANTS TO THANK HARRY FOR HELPING ME COME OUT and she has decided to come to LA Night 1 with me :)
Thank you @Harry_Styles 💓 pic.twitter.com/vB0kpAImUv
@Harry_Styles Thank you so much for creating an environment where I am proud to be who I am. Your continuous support of the LGBTQ+ has helped me come to love myself and feel safe. Thank you for tonight and I can’t wait to show Tina (my mom) this video. Love you always. pic.twitter.com/Kk5FJVYemB— Grace TOMORROW (@takehismedicine) July 12, 2018