Harry Styles Performs ‘Two Ghosts’ (on a roof) During James Corden’s #LateLateLondon
Published on June 12th, 2017 | Updated on June 12th, 2017 | By FanFest
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If you kept up with #LateLateLondon, James Corden’s trip to the UK with his late late show here in the US, you already know that the lineup for each of the three nights of television was incredible. From celebrity guests like David Beckham and Emily Blunt to Tom Cruise and Jennifer Hudson; there were skits that left us in stitches and some cool interview style moments that always seem more like pals catching up when it comes to James and his guests.
We also got some killer performances during the Late Late London trek, and one of those was from Harry Styles. Of course, the world is paying close attention to Styles right now as his solo career kicks off, his film role debut is just weeks away, and he’s just added dates to his already sold out world tour. Did we mention that the tour sold out before fans had even heard the album? So, Harry is living the dream – but hasn’t he always?
His kindness and personality have always carried him far, he doesn’t buy into the whole ‘celebrity’ thing and for a guy with the world at his feet, he never acts the way he’d be expected to. Regardless of what the media drives as his image, he stays true to himself. For those reasons and then some, we’re massive fans of him here at Fan Fest.
His performance on the James Corden show was an emotional one. He picked song ‘Two Ghosts’, which he recently sang on stage with THE Stevie Nicks, and it’s one that he obviously poured a lot of himself into. If you watch, at the end of his performance, he wipes his eyes twice.
The performance was beautiful enough with just Harry, his guitar, and his talent; but add the amazing location for the video and it’s even more stunning, honestly, this could be the video for the song easily. It’s focused on Harry, the meaning of the tune is evident by the emotion he portrays and what better way to sing a song about longing than by looking over a beautiful skyline?
This one has to be one of our favorite solo Harry performances so far, and we genuinely can’t wait to see what’s next for him as he gears up for Dunkirk promo, leg 1 of his solo tour, and everything else that comes his way in 2017.
Were you impressed with Harry’s performance? What is your favorite song off of his debut album? Let us know.
‘…but I knew him’