Watch Harry Styles performing live with Lizzo and Shania Twain at Coachella

Harry Styles wowed fans by bringing out pal Lizzo to perform a rendition of One Direction’s What Makes You Beautiful during his second performance at Coachella.

The As It Was hitmaker and the Juice singer donned matching oversized fur coats as they belted out Harry’s band’s 2011 debut single and Gloria Gaynor’s I Will Survive at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, California.

Harry, 28, admitted it was a night he’ll never forget.

He told the crowd: “Life is about moments – and this is one I will not forget.”

Sharing a selfie of the pair at the festival, Lizzo posted to Instagram:

“Proud of you @harrystyles. Thank u for having me.”

For last week’s set, Harry was joined on stage by special guest Shania Twain for duets of Man! I Feel Like a Woman! and You’re Still The One.

Harry said: “This lady taught me to sing. She also told me that men are trash.”

Shania said: “I’m a bit starstruck, what can I say? No, really, I’m a fan of you, of course. I know that when I was writing this song, you were just a little kid. It’s kind of a dream and very surreal to be sitting here right now to sing this song with you. I think I’m just in love and this song is all about love. So let’s just sing about love.”

The Golden hitmaker also debuted two new songs, Boyfriends and Late Night Talking, from his upcoming third solo album Harry’s House.

Before performing Boyfriends, he said: “Who in the audience has ever had a boyfriend? Who in the audience has never had a boyfriend? To boyfriends everywhere, f*** you.”

Earlier, Harry also told the crowd: “It’s big in here, innit? For the next 80-or-something minutes, our job is to entertain you. I promise you we’ll do our absolute very best. You also have one job — that is to have much fun as you possibly can. I want you to be whoever it is you always wanted to be in this field tonight.”

He added: “We have a full moon, you have a ticket and I have to play.”

– Bang! Showbiz

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