Harry Styles headlined Coachella on April 15 and April 22, and the pop star brought the house down both times. During the first show, Styles brought out Shania Twain and sang two of the singer's iconic hits with her — "Man, I Feel Like A Woman" and "You're Still The One." During the April 22 show, Styles performed with his his friend Lizzo. Together they sang Gloria Gaynor's "I Will Survive" and One Direction's "What Makes You Beautiful." During the shows, Styles also performed for the first time songs from his upcoming album, "Harry's House," including his hit single, "As It Was." Watch the video above from his very first live performance of the song.
Styles released "As It Was" on April 1, and fans immediately speculated that the song was about his relationship with Olivia Wilde. Wilde was spotted at the April 15 Coachella performance, supporting her boyfriend from backstage.
During Coachella, Styles also debuted two new songs from "Harry's House." The first, "Boyfriends," is a slow, acoustic ballad lamenting the flaws of boyfriends. The second, "Late Night Talking," is an upbeat song about the joys of staying up late to talk to a new love. "Harry's House," which comes out May 20, will have 13 tracks total. It's not clear if any more songs will be released as official singles before the album's release.
For his part, Styles is staying very busy. The singer is headlining BBC's Big Weekend event on May 29, and he'll be playing CapitalFM's Summertime Ball in London on June 12. He also launched the international leg of Love on Tour that month, which currently has dates scheduled through March 2023. Plus his movie "Don't Worry Darling" will premiere this September, and his film "My Policeman," is also expected to come out this fall.
Watch Harry Styles perform "As It Was" live at Coachella!