Now that Halloween is officially over, we're looking back at some of the best costumes from superstar musicians. One of our favorites? Harry Styles dressed as Dorothy Gale from 1939's The Wizard of Oz.
While most New Yorkers spent the Halloweekend attending parties or trick-or-treating, many others attended the two concerts Harry Styles held at Madison Square Garden. Affectionately dubbed "Harryween," costumes for audience members was encouraged. Fans did not know Styles would also be sporting his own costume.
“Growing up in England, we like Halloween,” the former One Direction member told the crowd during the Harryween concert on Saturday (October 30), when he dressed up. “But we definitely didn’t get into it like you do.” He added, “I look cute!”
“i look cute!” - harry styles pic.twitter.com/QRX2x0yCho— harry being soft (@harrybeingsoft) October 31, 2021
Donning a blue and white dress, heeled ruby slippers and a basket with a stuffed Toto, Styles pranced across the stage belting songs from his hit 2019 album, Fine Line. It previously debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200. He also impressed his adoring fans with a cover of "Somewhere Over the Rainbow."
Harry Styles headlined Madison Square Garden earlier this month as well. Since early September, he's been rolling through his Love On Tour, showcasing his solo sophomore album on a proper North America arena run. The trek continues through November with stops in Wisconsin, Washington, Oregon and California. You can get your last-minute tickets here.
See Harry Styles as Dorothy Gale and his cover of "Over the Rainbow" below.
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Article Image: Harry Styles playing guitar and singing for an NBC Today Show concert, black and white photo of Judy Garland dressed as Dorothy Gale in the 1939 movie The Wizard of Oz. (everett 225 via DepositPhotos, CBS Television Network [Available through Public Domain] via Wikimedia Commons.)