Harry Styles Helped A Fan Come Out To Her Mom During His Concert — BRB, Crying

The last show of Harry Styles' tour was one to remember, but not just for him. During his show, Harry ended up helping an 18-year-old fan named Grace come out to her mom. 

The San Jose, California show was actually Grace's tenth. According to BuzzFeed News, she was spending her summer traveling the West Coast with friends, attending a number of Harry's concerts. For this one, Grace made a double-sided sign that read, "I traveled 2,846 miles to be here tonight thank you for 10 incredible shows," and "I'm gonna come out to my parents because of you!!!"

Grace told BuzzFeed News she wanted Harry to see the sign so he'd know how much his music has impacted her life and the lives of others. 

"He's a proud supporter of the LGBTQ+ community and he's made a lot of fans feel comfortable and proud to be who they are and I'm just one example of that," she said.

Lucky for Grace, Harry not only saw the poster, but he stopped mid-show to ask her if he could read it aloud. "I was in complete shock when he acknowledged it because there were many other fans in the pit that night with signs," Grace said.

The moment was captured in a video, and Harry can be seen asking Grace for her mother's name. After Grace explained that she was actually in a hotel a few miles away, Harry hushed the crowd and yelled, "TINA, SHE'S GAY!"

He added, "Tina says she loves ya. Congratulations, I'm very happy for you."

After the show, Grace rushed to the hotel to reveal that she's bisexual and relay the story to her mom, who ended up being "overjoyed."

"Yes I do love you and you can be whoever you want to be," Grace's mom told her. 

The whirlwind of a night was definitely special for Grace. "To have Harry not only read my sign but ask my name and my mother's and help me come out to her meant the absolute world to me," she said. "I’ve been a fan of Harry (and One Direction) since 2011 and to have someone who’s been so important in your life share such a monumental moment with you is so incredibly special."