Watch Harry Styles join Fleetwood Mac for ‘The Chain’ performance

Watch the pop star introduce, then join, the iconic band

Harry Styles joined Fleetwood Mac for their performance of ‘The Chain’ at New York City’s Radio City Music Hall last night (January 26).

The band were being honoured as MusiCares’ Person of the Year. Styles was on hand to introduce the band before joining them on backing vocals for the performance.

Styles has long been a fan of the band after covering ‘The Chain’ on Radio 1 last year. You can see him in action with the band in the video below.

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Meanwhile, Lorde and Haim were also on hand to honour Fleetwood Mac. Lorde covered their 1997 song ‘Silver Springs,’ while Haim played 1982’s ‘Gypsy.’

Last month, Styles filled in for James Cordon on The Late Late Show after the host’s wife went into labour.

Taking to the stage at the beginning of the episode, Styles started his monologue by saying: “No, your eyes do not deceive you – I am not James Corden. I am Harry Styles.

“You may be wondering why I’m hosting tonight – and, yes, you are right: Donald Trump finally got sick of James’ jokes and deported him back to England.

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“I am of course kidding… just half an hour ago, James and his wife Jules had a beautiful baby girl,” he said.

“In fact, I was at the hospital just before coming over here, and she looks a lot like James – mainly because James looks like a giant baby,” he joked.

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