Harry Styles greeted by fans after performing songs from new album

Harry Styles greeted by fans after performing songs from new album

Harry Styles was greeted by fans as he plugged his new album.

The ex-One Direction star popped in to the Zoe Ball Breakfast Show on Radio 2.

Harry Styles takes a selfie with a fan as he leaves the BBC Radio studios in Wogan House, London, after an appearance on Radio 2’s The Zoe Ball Breakfast Show (David Mirzoeff/PA)
Harry Styles takes a selfie with a fan as he leaves the BBC Radio studios in Wogan House, London, after an appearance on Radio 2’s The Zoe Ball Breakfast Show (David Mirzoeff/PA)

The 26-year-old performed live, while Stephen Fry and Steve Coogan were also in the studio.

Styles later posed for selfies with fans as he left Wogan House.

He told Ball that his new album, Fine Line, was a less daunting prospect than his solo debut.

Harry Styles greets his fans at BBC Radio 2 (David Mirzoeff/PA)
Harry Styles greets his fans at BBC Radio 2 (David Mirzoeff/PA)

“I was a little bit worried about getting it wrong,” he said. “When I listen to it back now I can feel all the places where I felt a bit scared.”

Of his new offering, he added: “It feels like an album that comes alive when it’s live.”

Zoe Ball with Steve Coogan, Harry Styles and Stephen Fry (BBC/PA)
Zoe Ball with Steve Coogan, Harry Styles and Stephen Fry (BBC/PA)

Next week, Styles will perform at the Brit Awards.

Lizzo, Stormzy, and Billie Eilish, who will sing her new Bond song, No Time To Die, live for the first time, will also take to the stage at the ceremony.

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