Harry Styles’ acceptance speech at the Grammys was partially bleeped out after he dropped an F-bomb.
The singer beat Justin Bieber, Doja Cat, Billie Eilish, Dua Lipa and Taylor Swift to pick up his first-ever Grammy Award for his hit track Watermelon Sugar on Sunday evening.
And clearly overwhelmed by his win, the 27-year-old told the handful of celebrities in the audience: ‘All of these songs are f***in’ massive, so thank you so much, I feel very honoured to be among all of you.’
Harry’s expletive was inevitably censored out from the broadcast by CBS – however, it didn’t stop the Brit from continuing to enthuse over his win.
‘Wow, to everyone who made this record with me, thank you so much,’ he began. ‘This was the first song we wrote after my album came out, during a day off in Nashville.’
Harry, who won for Best Pop Solo Performance, told reporters after accepting his award: ‘I feel incredibly lucky to get to work in music and make music as my job every day.
‘This is incredibly sweet icing on the cake of what I get to do every day, so thank you so much.
‘And I want to thank my fans for giving me an environment to be free to make the music that I want to make and supporting me along the way over the last 10 years.
‘And everyone who made this record with me and my label and my managers and everyone who supports me and everything, all of it, thank you so much. I feel very, very lucky tonight.’
Harry had racked up a total of three nominations, including best pop vocal album for Fine Line and best music video for Adore You.
Meanwhile, Dunkirk star Harry was also seen having a sweet catch-up with his ex Taylor Swift backstage at the awards ceremony.
Taylor, 31, and Harry had dated in late 2012, but their brief romance ended up being immortalised in some of Taylor’s music.
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