Watch Harry Styles And Kacey Musgraves Cover Shania Twain In NYC

By Katrina Nattress

June 23, 2018

Last night (June 24), Harry Styles played his last of two nights at New York City's lauded Madison Square Garden, and the former One Direction star gave his fans quite the farewell.

During his encore, the "Sign of the Times" singer brought his current opening act, Kacey Musgraves, on stage for a special performance. “We’re going to sing one of my personal favorites,” the pop star said as he welcomed Musgraves onstage. “If you know the words, then do please join in with us.”

He and his country-bred companion then began to perform Shaina Twain's 1998 crossover hit, "You're Still The One." Musgraves took the lyrical reins on the first verse before breaking into a beautiful harmony with Styles for the chorus. He took singing duties for the second verse and they joined together for the second chorus. Watch some fan footage below.

Styles has been treating fans all over the United States as he continues the North American stint of his world tour. He's also made his political stances very clear.

During his stop in Philadelphia, PA, the 24-year-old star grabbed a rainbow flag with "Make America Gay Again" scrolled on it from a fan in the crowd and waved it around while performing 1D's "What Makes You Beautiful." During his show in Dallas, TX, the singer slapped "End Gun Violence" stickers on his guitar.

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