HARRY styles’s traffic stopping crosswalk gig deserves an award!!
James Corden introduced the Crosswalk Concert and its first star was the iconic Harry Styles. Harry who just earlier in the week had hosted The Late Late Show went across to the crosswalk outside the CBS studios in Los Angeles and performed some of his hit songs.
Harry was rather apprehensive at first, he did not think being suspended on a zipline and being coasted across the crosswalk as he belted his numbers would be such a great idea.
He said it was insane and there was no way he was doing it, he finally relented and having been convinced by host James Corden illuminated the crosswalk dancing between cars and shaking his booty on the hood of a car, meanwhile Corden donned an all gold winged costume that he had a magical time twirling and Harry took to the crosswalk in his all-black outfit.
There were hilarious fliers all around. They showed a much younger Styles posing with a dog and smiling even his name was incorrectly spelled and some of the hilarious fliers had Justin Bieber’s face on it.
Styles belted out Fine Line the first single from Styles second album to be out tomorrow and the next song was “Lights up” about self-acceptance and freedom that happens when you are vulnerable.
After running out of the crosswalk once the light turned on, Styles told the camera that there was a thin line between insanity and genius and he was beginning to think James was a genius, and there walked James in a giant watermelon costume.
The host was so dressed so they could perform to Harry Styles “Watermelon Sugar” Harry and a number of dancers dressed as watermelons took to the crosswalk and performed wonderfully.
But it was the finale which was awesome when the host Corden had the singer performing “Sign of Times” suspended on a zipline and coasted across as he was belting out the number.
He got stuck halfway through on the zipline and the host Corden and the sea of dancers had to drag him across the street. Now there everyone stops sulking and go watch the video to experience the first-ever Crosswalk Concert.