Harry Styles looks like a 70s dream as he invites Stevie Nicks on stage uring sold out LA concert

Harry Styles looks like a 70s dream as he invites Stevie Nicks on stage to sing Landslide during sold out LA show

Harry Styles enchanted audiences while debuting his new album Fine Line with a sold out show at The Forum in Inglewood, California Friday night.

The English heartthrob, 25, was in peak form as he took the stage to serenade the packed stadium.

Fans were in for a special surprise that evening, as Harry invited the one and only Stevie Nicks to the stage to sing a special rendition of Landslide.

A legend: Harry Styles invited the one and only Stevie Knicks on stage during his sold out concert at The Forum in Inglewood, California on Friday

A legend: Harry Styles invited the one and only Stevie Knicks on stage during his sold out concert at The Forum in Inglewood, California on Friday

The crowd of 18k got warmed up while Harry played the entirety of Fine Line, his second full length album.

Joking about his expanding discography, Styles told the crowd: ‘I have more than 10 songs now’ before sailing into the 70s-infused 12 track album.

Harry looked electric as he took the stage in a bright pink blouse and high waisted sailor pants. Exuding his signature androgynous style, he added a string of pearls around his neck. 

Platform boots evoked the glam rock spirit woven throughout his music.

Adding to the collection: Joking about his expanding discography, Styles told the crowd: 'I have more than 10 songs now' before sailing into the 70s-infused 12 track album

Adding to the collection: Joking about his expanding discography, Styles told the crowd: ‘I have more than 10 songs now’ before sailing into the 70s-infused 12 track album

All out: Harry was teeming with charisma as he entertained the crowd of nearly 18k

All out: Harry was teeming with charisma as he entertained the crowd of nearly 18k 

He's got Styles: Harry looked electric as he took the stage in a bright pink blouse and high waisted sailor pants

He’s got Styles: Harry looked electric as he took the stage in a bright pink blouse and high waisted sailor pants

One of a kind: Exuding his signature androgynous style, he added a string of pearls around his neck

One of a kind: Exuding his signature androgynous style, he added a string of pearls around his neck

Greatest hits: After Fine Line was through, he regaled crowds with solo hits like Sign Of The Times and Kiwi

Greatest hits: After Fine Line was through, he regaled crowds with solo hits like Sign Of The Times and Kiwi

After Fine Line was through, he regaled crowds with solo hits like Sign Of The Times and Kiwi.

His influences really shone through as the star brought very special guest Stevie Nicks on stage to sing a duet of Landside near the close of the show. (Harry and the Fleetwood Mac crooner previously teamed up to sing the song during the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame Induction ceremony in March.)

Harry also showed off his festive side, with a bouncy performance of Paul McCartney’s Wonderful Christmastime done while confetti fell from the rafters like snowfall. 

Old school fans of the One Direction crooner got a nostalgic kick when Styles sang an amped version of their breakout hit What Makes You Beautiful.

Very merry: Harry also showed off his festive side, with a bouncy performance of Paul McCartney's Wonderful Christmastime done while confetti fell from the rafters like snowfall

Very merry: Harry also showed off his festive side, with a bouncy performance of Paul McCartney’s Wonderful Christmastime done while confetti fell from the rafters like snowfall

It's mutual: Fans were ecstatic during the performance and Harry sent his love back

It’s mutual: Fans were ecstatic during the performance and Harry sent his love back

Throwback: Old school fans of the One Direction crooner got a nostalgic kick when Styles sang an amped version of their breakout hit What Makes You Beautiful

Throwback: Old school fans of the One Direction crooner got a nostalgic kick when Styles sang an amped version of their breakout hit What Makes You Beautiful

While Harry’s Forum show was a one-night only affair – with floor tickets fetching up to four figure prices – he’s set to embark on tour in 2020.

The Love On Tour will kick off April 15 in Birmingham, England. The North American leg of the tour will begin June 26 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Indie darling Jenny Lewis will open during the North American leg, while King Princess will support his European dates.

Hitting the road: The Love On Tour will kick off April 15 in Birmingham, England. The North American leg of the tour will begin June 26 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Hitting the road: The Love On Tour will kick off April 15 in Birmingham, England. The North American leg of the tour will begin June 26 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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