Harry Styles thrilled fans and festival-goers alike with a headline performance and a special appearance by Shania Twain on Friday at Coachella.
On the first night of the California music festival, Styles headlined with a set that included two new songs from the Watermelon Sugar singer, as well as a surprise appearance on stage from Shania Twain.
By Zoe Sottile, CNN
NBC News — On Friday, Harry Styles surprised his Coachella audience with an unexpected guest: Shania Twain.
Styles’ set lasted only a few minutes longer than she did, so she didn’t make an appearance until the very end. As soon as Styles finished performing “What Makes You Beautiful,” a song from his boy band days with One Direction, the renowned refrain of Twain’s “Man, I Feel Like a Woman” began to play.
Styles, who was clad in a low-cut jumpsuit with rainbow sequins, was perplexed until Twain, 56, arrived from behind the stage, climbing on a platform in a matching sequined dress and white go-go boots.
In a video broadcast by Coachella, the queen of country-pop remarked, “Let’s go girls.”
Styles, 28, joined in on the chorus of “Man, I Feel Like a Woman,” and the two danced about the stage, much to the delight of the audience. The two cuddled at the end of the song before sitting on two stools.
““This lady taught me to sing in the car with my mother when I was a kid,” Styles added. “She also said that guys are garbage. I will be eternally grateful to you for the memories you gave me with my mother “Addressing Twain, he remarked.
“I am ecstatic and privileged to be here,” Twain stated. “I’m at a loss for words right now. What can I say, I’m a little star-struck.
Twain praised her co-performance star’s on Twitter after the lively duet. She wrote, “I mean, c’mon… HARRY STYLES.”
During his appearance, Styles also sang his new record-breaking hit “As It Was.”
According to the Coachella program, Styles’ concert started at 11:35 a.m. on Friday. Billie Eilish, Arcade Fire, Carly Rae Jepsen, and the Weeknd are among the other headliners from the star-studded weekend, 2022 Cable News Network, Inc., a WarnerMedia Company.
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