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Harry Styles wears a yellow polo shirt and blue pants.

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Harry Styles Updates: During a recent round of golf, Harry Styles looked stunning in a bright yellow polo t-shirt. The English singer, 27, took a break from his second concert tour, “Love on Tour,” on October 11 in North Carolina with hockey players Martin Neas and Sebastian Aho.

Martin posted a photo from Durham’s Old Chatham Golf Club on Instagram with the caption “Golden day.” The singer completed his look with a pair of bright blue pants and a baseball cap.

Harry is set to perform at PNC Arena in Raleigh on October 12th. On Tuesday, Sebastian revealed to NHL that, in addition to being a good artist, the retired One Direction citizen is also an excellent golfer. “It was a great time,” he said. “He’s a very nice guy who also happens to be a fairly awesome golfer.”

Martin, who bought tickets to Harry’s October 12 show with his girlfriend months ago, described the singer as “humble.” “He’s so famous, I didn’t know what to expect,” he told NFL. He’s just a regular guy. He was humble and made jokes, which surprised me. He’s one of the best singers in the world, and he’s also a wonderful person.”

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Following several COVID-19 postponements, the “Watermelon Sugar” singer launched his highly anticipated “Live on Tour” in Las Vegas on September 4. The tour, which is in support of his critically acclaimed second studio album Fine Line, will conclude on November 20 in Los Angeles.

The start of “Love on Tour” came after a hectic year for the singer. He received his first Grammy nominations in the Best Pop Vocal Song and Best Music Video categories at the 2021 ceremony. Harry was named Best Pop Solo Performance for his hit “Watermelon Sugar.”

The pop star graced the cover of Vogue in December 2020 in a dreamy Victorian Gucci gown, prompting negativity from conservative talk show host Candace Owens and her infamous declaration to “bring back manly men.” That same month, in a Variety profile, Harry addressed the criticism, musing, “To not wear [something] because it’s female clothing, you close out a whole world of great clothes.”

“And what I think is interesting right now seems to be that you can dress up what you want,” the musician continued. “It doesn’t have to be either X or Y.” Those distinctions are becoming increasingly hazy.”