Harry Styles’s first ever Grammy performance of Watermelon Sugar is a must-watch

Pandemic aside, Harry Styles had an incredible 2020 after releasing his second album Fine Line. Kickstarting the new year with the surprise release of his music video for “Treat People With Kindness” his solo career has soared since the disbandment of One Direction.

With the unbelievable success Harry has achieved it makes sense that the Grammy Awards would invite him to perform his hit single “Watermelon Sugar” for the ceremony’s opening night,

For his first Grammy’s performance Harry wore a cropped black leather jacket, matching trousers and mint boa designed by Gucci creative director Alessandro Michele and styled by Harry’s stylist, Harry Lambert.

Harry was nominated for three awards including “Watermelon Sugar” for Best Pop Solo Performance, “Adore You” for Best Music Video, and Fine Line for Best Pop Vocal Album — Not too bad for his first time being nominated!

The awards show saw Harry win his first ever Grammy in the Best Pop Solo Performance category thanks to his hit Watermelon Sugar. However, if you watched the ceremony live you may have noticed a dip in the sound during his acceptance speech.

Bosses were forced to temporarily cut the sound in his speech after he swore during the live broadcast. Addressing his fellow nominees, Harry said: “I feel very grateful to be here, thank you… all these songs are fucking massive, so thank you so much.”

Candice Farrow

Fashion and lifestyle blogger from North East, England.

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