Harry Styles shines on Grammys 2023 stage in sequin fringe jumpsuit

Harry Styles shines on Grammys 2023 stage in sequin fringe jumpsuit


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It’s Harry’s night to shine.

Harry Styles, 29, brought a ton of sparkle to the 2023 Grammys on the red carpet and on stage on Sunday night, making a quick change into three glittering looks throughout the night.

He rocked the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles in a mesmerizing silver sequin fringe catsuit while performing his hit single “As It Was,” dancing around the spinning stage to show off the glittering strands.

His third look of the night was simply a continuation the apparent trend of over-the-top bling; Earlier in the evening, the “Watermelon Sugar” singer walked the red carpet in plunging harlequin print sequin overalls, showing off his bare chest in the Swarovski crystal-covered outfit by French fashion brand EgonLab.

Once inside the building, he switched things up with a crisp white cropped tuxedo jacket and khaki trousers, but he kept the sparkle going underneath with a silver sequin top.

Styles — who is nominated for six Grammys this year — looked visibly emotional while accepting the first award of the night from Jennifer Lopez, grabbing the Grammy for Best Pop Vocal Album for last year’s “Harry’s House.”

“This album from start to finish has been the greatest experience of my life,” he said, calling it “the greatest joy.”

Luckily, there were no wardrobe malfunctions on stage following an embarrassing moment when he split his leather pants in concert last week.

With at least one golden statue going home with the singer, Styles has certainly accumulated a bit of bling after his glittering night.

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