Sweet Creature Harry Styles Dressed Up As Elton John For Halloween

Harry Styles

Harry Styles, the other Harry people are really frothing at the moment dressed up as Sir Elton John in his iconic sequin-adorned baseball outfit for Halloween, this year.

Styles had been attending entertainment businessman Randy Gerber‘s annual Casamigos Halloween party along with other celebrities including Cindy Crawford, Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs, Foo Fighters‘ Dave Grohl, Edward Norton, and Nina Debrov to name a few.

Getty Images, always supplying the goods:

My body was not at all ready for this.

For a bit of a comparison, here’s John in the glittering outfit performing at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles in 1975. 

English singer songwriter Elton John performing at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, 1975. He is wearing a sequinned baseball outfit. (Photo by Terry O’Neill/Getty Images)

What a bloody crowd.

As you can just see, there’s an “Elton” and number one emblazoned on the back of John’s baseball outfit. Of course, Styles’ jersey also included this important detail which another guest at the party captured on her phone.


How do you even get an invitation to one of these things?

New Statesman magazine culture editor, Anna Leskiewicz, also got her hands on a couple of piccies from the night which bless us all with Styles in full Elton John glory.



BUT, as beautiful as our boy looks, this doesn’t come close to the effort Rita Ora‘s team put in to make her look like goddamn Post Malone. 

Anywhoo, speaking of the legend that is Sir Elton John, his biopic Rocketman will hit cinemas in May 2019. 

Kingsman‘s Taron Egerton sings and stars as a young John in the years before his renowned album Honky Château in 1972, the very album ‘Rocket Man’ was released on.

Jamie Bell and Bryce Dallas Howard co-star.

Dexter Fletcher, who has previously worked with Egerton, directs the film. Funnily enough, Fletcher replaced Bryan Singer as director on that other y’huge musical biopic Bohemian Rhapsody. 

Check out the trailer below.

There’s a bit of a music film trend doing the rounds at the moment…