There’s nothing sexier than a guy who knows his grammar, which Harry Styles just proved! In the middle of a One Direction concert, the singer stopped to correct the grammar on a sign a fan was holding up. Watch the epic moment here!
As if we needed another reason to love Harry Styles. The One Direction singer, 21, paused during a Philadelphia concert on Sept. 1 to give a young fan a grammar lesson on the difference between “your” and “you’re. Check out how he adorably fixed the mistake, and try not to fall in love with him even more.
While on stage, Harry motioned for a sign made by 16-year-old fan Taelor Ford that said: “Hi Harry! Your So Nice.” The 1D hunk whipped out a pen and added an apostrophe and an “e” to the end, and proudly held it up so Taelor could learn from her mistake. He also added a personal touch by autographing the poster with a heart next to his name! Well, it’s safe to say Taelor will never make the mistake again. She took to Twitter after the show to thank Harry for signing the poster and correcting her grammar. Isn’t he the best?
One Direction’s Sept. 1 concert was definitely an eventful one. Not only did Harry give a grammar lesson, but he was also unfortunately smacked in the head with a can of water thrown by a fan. Poor H. His mom rightfully told off the fan on Twitter! On a lighter note, the boys also performed a ’90s throwback of the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air theme song — and Niall Horan announced he was running for President in 2020.
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— Taelor Ford (@taelor_ford) September 2, 2015
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