Harry Styles Has A Wardrobe Malfunction In Front Of His First Celebrity Crush

28 January 2023 | 9:29 am | Mary Varvaris

As a consummate professional performer, he just laughed it off.

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Harry Styles had an interesting night performing at the Kia Forum in California when he experienced a wardrobe malfunction in front of his first celebrity crush, Jennifer Aniston, who had a front-row ticket with a view.

Performing his hit, Music For A Sushi Restaurant (which peaked at #4 on the ARIA Singles Chart), Styles slid down on his knees when a huge hole ripped around his crotch area. While he looked down with a touch of exasperation, he moved on with a laugh and covered the hole by wrapping a Pride flag around his waist. 

Watching from a front-row seat was Jennifer Aniston, who Styles confirmed was his first celebrity crush during a round of Burning Questions on The Ellen Show. The singer acknowledged the incident after, commenting, "My trousers ripped. I feel I must apologize to a certain few of you right down in the front there. I mean, this is a family show... Or is it?"

In the music video of Music For A Sushi Restaurant, Styles appears with a mermaid's tail and a fully-grown bushy beard

He is picked up by the cooks in said restaurant, who are ready to chop and cook him before he acts as a siren and sings into their ears. Soon enough, Styles is dressed in feather boas and pearls, becoming the restaurant's main attraction. By the end of the video, everyone, from staff to Styles, is fed up. It's a strange video, the latest in a string of weird music videos promoting Harry's House.

As It Was, the first single of this album cycle, spent eight weeks at #1 in Australia; Harry's House stayed atop the charts for eight weeks. 

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Harry's House was one of the shortlisted albums for the Mercury Prize Music Award, the UK's most prestigious music award. The shortlisted candidates were all first-time picks, with Wet Leg, Sam Fender, Little Simz, Joy Crookes, Yard Act, and Self Esteem among the nominees. Little Simz ultimately won the award for her fourth album; Sometimes I Might Be An Introvert.