Harry Styles at Wembley 2023: Personal trainer Brad Gould and Love Island’s Maya Jama were in the audience

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A-list stars including two former Spice Girls, and Love Island’s Maya Jama were in attendance at Harry Styles’ Wembley 2023 gig last night

Let's be honest… You only have to say two words, Harry followed by Styles and the A-list crowd will follow him wherever he goes…. This was nowhere more evident at Wembley last night when the likes of Spice Girls Mel C and Emma Bunton, as well as Love Island’s Maya Jama were some of the celebrities enjoying the dulcet tones of Mr Styles.

Emma Bunton shared her ‘Harry Styles concert experience’ with Melanie C on her Instagram and captioned the post: “Another night with my gorgeous girl @melaniemusic @harrystyles you are special.” Melanie C was quick to respond and said: “A beautiful night with my favourites @emmaleebunton & @harrystyles” followed by three red heart emojis. 

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Another star who was in attendance at Harry Styles Wembley gig last night was Love Island’s Maya Jama who documented her ‘Harry gig experience’ on her Instagram stories.

Actor Stanley Tucci who is married to actress Emily Blunt’s sister Felicity, was also at the Harry Styles Wembley concert, and shared it on his Instagram. This Morning’s Holly Willoughby commented on his post and said: “You two are just so adorable.”

Gemma Styles, the sister of Harry Styles was also at Wembley to support her brother, as was Harry’s personal trainer Brad Gould. Brad was also cheering Harry on recently when he performed in Germany.

If the celebrity attendance at Harry Styles concert last night was anything to go by, expect to see more stars showing their support for the singer in the next few days. 

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