One Direction superstar Harry Styles will perform at the 2020 BRIT Awards next month – the first time he has ever played the show as a solo artist.
The global heartthrob has been confirmed as one of a host of famous faces to play music's biggest night of the yer at London's O2 Arena.
As well as Harry, Billie Eilish, Lewis Capaldi, Mabel and Stormzy will all take to the stage.
Harry is also bagged two nominations for both Album of the Year and Male Solo Artist.
Harry's performance revelation comes just days after Daily Star Online revealed his former bandmate Louis Tomlinson will play a solo set BRITs Week Together With O2 For War Child.
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The former X Factor judge will play iconic venue Scala in north London to a crowd of just 800 people on February 13.
The gig will take place just days after Louis, 28, releases his debut album Walls on January 31.
Also playing BRITs Week Together With O2 For War Child is Bastille, Catfish and The Battlement, Bombay Bicycle Club and Tom Walker.
Awkwardly, despite performing on the 2019 and 2020 BRITs nominations show as well as at the main BRITs 2018 show, Harry and Louis' 1D bandmate Liam Payne has failed to bag a single nomination.
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Despite his debut single topping charts around the world, Cheryl's ex has struggled to make an impact when it comes to his debut album.
Liam's record LP1 has crashed out of the UK Top 40 after just two weeks.
The album peaked at number 17 after the first week of sales but already has slumped down to number 66.
The lacklustre performance came after Liam's pervious single also struggled to impress.
In August Daily Star Online revealed how Liam had enlisted Ed Sheeran to send him up the charts once more after his 2018 single First Time failed to make the Top 100 in the UK.
However, in a fresh blow to the singer, the track Stack It Up peaked at number 84 in the UK and only spent two weeks in the charts.
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