Harry Styles, the young man who eerily resembles Elton John and David Bowie combined, but yet unlike them conforms to no absolute. By this I mean, he doesn’t identify as anything. So, what is he? A ghost. That aside, the young man who won an award this past weekend was humiliated by dancers in LA. Let’s get the scoop…
As per CNN, If Harry Styles and his backup dancers looked out of it during their performance at Sunday’s Grammys, there’s good reason.
The shiny red turntable the group danced on (similar to the one in Styles’ “As It Was” music video) spun in the wrong direction after 10-days of rehearsals, according to some of the performers. Oh dear.
Styles, who won album of the year for “Harry’s House,” and his dancers appeared confused and almost zombie-like as they started their routine.
One dancer, who goes by Dexdexrevolution, posted rehearsal details and backstage videos, only to return after the show with an update on what happened.
“I just wanted to share a story about our performance with Harry Styles at the Grammys yesterday,” Dexter said, explaining that designers made “this beautiful piece on this moving turntable” that held 12 people.
“We rehearsed for ten days … getting down these beautiful formations,” the dancer added, calling the moves “morphing” “rolling” and “artistic” — all practiced moving counterclockwise.
Dancers from Harry Styles’ #GRAMMYs performance reveal they experienced a malfunction during the set.— Pop Base (@PopBase) February 7, 2023
The turntable in the performance spun the opposite direction of what they had rehearsed, forcing them to perform their entire routine in reverse. pic.twitter.com/wUeqUlun2N