Fan praises Wembley accessibility at Styles gig

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Harry Styles fan @courterz_ has shared an emotional clip from the heartthrob’s Wembley Stadium concerts last weekend.

The footage shows a British Sign Language interpreter performing and singing to one of the songs.

They tweeted the clip after the gig last Saturday 18 June with the caption:  "So tonight @wembleystadium supplied a BSL signer for @Harry_Styles. My sister is profoundly deaf and this made her night… so much so she cried! Honestly such a moment for live music and deaf people! #harrystyles "

Over 9,000 people have liked the post already with one Twitter user saying: "Gorgeous! So glad your sis had the best night Courtney! And thank you @Harry_Styles and your team for bringing live music to the deaf community."

Another reply read: "I was watching him! I was on the other side of the rail so he was on my left side! I’m deaf too, and I relied on lip-reading and I watched him to follow along! Wembley is absolutely amazing for accessibility." 

A third read:  "We were sat right in front of him and he was utterly awesome. Totally in love with him! Did you see his moves for Watermelon Sugar?!?!!!"

 Harry Styles used to be in a band called White Eskimo.