Harry Styles fans go wild over debut solo album release as one gets date tattooed on their ankle while others plan new inkings for the One Direction star
And as expected, fans went wild over the full-length album and decided to commemorate the day with permanent inkings on their skin.
One Direction fans around the world promised to have lyrics from Harry Styles’ self-titled offering tattooed on them, and tweeted about their excitement surrounding the new music.
Meanwhile, one fan went a step further and had the album release date tattooed on their ankle, along with the crooners initials.
Another announced their chosen lyrics for a tattoo, and posted: "I think I’m getting 'comfortable silence is overrated' as a tattoo #harrystylesalbum @Harry_Styles here to getting another one recklessly."
One eager fan wrote: "If I could tattoo an album on my forehead it would definitely be this one @Harry_Styles."
While another fan preempted a need for permanent designs, and tweeted: "Waiting patiently to hear my future tattoo in these @Harry_Styles lyrics."
Fans have been eager to hear the new music since 23-year-old Harry released the lead single Sign Of The Times on April 7, and one lucky fan managed to meet the singer after an unfortunate accident.
During a private gig in New York, Tess Ward’s boyfriend suffered a stage mishap when he attempted a crowd dive, and ended up accidentally kicked a fan in the head.
His excited fans rushed on top of him leaving the poor fan even more injured and squashed, leading to a remorseful Harry invited her backstage to apologise profusely for the mishap.
Reliving the accident, the fan wrote on Twitter: "So Harry decided to stage dive and I was in the front row next to his mic and his whole body landed on me and then girls piled on to him.
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