Harry Styles ‘Hopelessly Devoted To You’ cover sent fans crying over touching tribute

TORONTO, ONTARIO - SEPTEMBER 11: Harry Styles attends the "My Policeman" Premiere during the 2022 Toronto International Film Festival at Princess of Wales Theatre on September 11, 2022 in Toronto, Ontario. (Photo by Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images)

Harry Styles just became the ultimate Danny Zuko at the annual “Harryween” concert in Inglewood, California, last night!

Styles, currently on his arena-filling “Love On Tour” 2022, had everyone at the Kia Forum in tears and screaming their hearts out with his outstanding cover of a 1978 hit classic.

Like any other celebrity, Styles dressed up for Halloween Weekend in true T-Birds fashion!

At the annual Harryween concert, Styles dressed up as Danny Zuko in his best tight black jeans and bicep-hugging tank top.

Styles dressed as Dorothy last year, complete with a cerulean plaid polka-dotted dress and leg-high red stockings paired with a bow.

The GRAMMY-winning singer made everyone’s night memorable by performing Olivia Newton-“Hopelessly John’s Devoted To You” in addition to his usual music set.

Olivia Newton-John, the original singer of the iconic “Grease” song, died on August 8, 2022. The music icon died due to a third recurrence of breast cancer that had spread to her bones.

Fans have reacted positively to Style’s cover, praising him for his vocal abilities.

A fan posted:

“Ohhh, so that was the song I was listening at the showhe slayed playing it smoothly.”

A fan gushed:

“put that video somewhere and give it to me as my gift instead of anything else that’s more than enough that’s what i want make it happen.”

Another fan commented:

“Sobbing. This song means so much to me and hearing Harry sing it is so special.”

Not only was Styles dressed in a “Grease” outfit, but his entire band was also dressed in the iconic Pink Ladies jacket and T-Bird black leather jackets from the cult classic film.

While Styles belts out “Hopelessly Devoted To You,” a montage of the late Olivia Newton-John plays on the Kia Forum’s screens, adding poignancy to the thrilling cover.

Most of the songs performed at the “Harryween” Concert were from Styles’ most recent album, “Harry’s House.” The album won Album of the Year at the 2022 MTV Video Music Awards and is a strong contender for Album of the Year at the 2023 GRAMMY Awards.

The album’s lead single, “As It Was,” is expected to be nominated for and win Song of the Year and Record of the Year.