Harry Styles brings out Ellie Rowsell for Wolf Alice duet in Lisbon

Harry Styles duetted with Wolf Alice's Ellie Rowsell on his support act's track ‘No Hard Feelings’ in Lisbon on Sunday night (31.07.22).

The 'As It Was' hitmaker wrapped the European leg of his 'Love On Tour' jaunt at the Altice Arena in Portugal's Capital City - and he had a special treat in store for the 20,000 gig-goers.

'No Hard Feelings' is from indie pop group Wolf Alice's Mercury Prize-nominated third studio album 'Blue Weekend'.

The former One Direction star stormed through a 21-song setlist and notably played 'Fine Line' for the second only time so far on this tour.

Only fans at Glasgow's Ibrox Stadium on June 11, and the Lisbon crowd got to hear him perform the title track from his 2019 second solo album of the same name.

Harry, 28, will next head to North and South America next month through to December, before heading Down Under to Australia and New Zealand to perform in support of his third solo album, 'Harry's House'.

Meanwhile, Harry Styles has earned six nominations at the upcoming MTV Video Music Awards.

The musician's nods include Artist of the Year and Best Video for 'As It Was'.

Harry has also been nominated for the Mercury Prize for the first time.

'Harry's House' has been shortlisted for the prestigious music prize, making its top 10 Albums of the Year list.

He will compete with the likes of Sam Fender's 'Seventeen Going Under' and Little Simz' 'Sometimes I Might Be Introvert' to be crowned the overall winner of the prize on September 8 at London's Eventim Apollo, Hammersmith.

Harry Styles' Love On Tour' Portugal setlist:

1. ‘Music For A Sushi Restaurant’

2. ‘Golden’

3. ‘Adore You’

4. ‘Daylight’

5. ‘Cinema’

6. ‘Keep Driving’

7. ‘Matilda’

8. ‘Boyfriends’

9. ‘Lights Up’

10. ‘Satellite’

11. ‘Canyon Moon’

12. ‘Treat People With Kindness’

13. ‘What Makes You Beautiful’ (One Direction song)

14. ‘Late Night Talking’

15. ‘Love Of My Life’

16. ‘Fine Line’

17. ‘Sign Of The Times’

18. ‘Watermelon Sugar’

19. ‘No Hard Feelings’ (Wolf Alice cover, with Ellie Rowsell)

20. ‘As It Was’

21. ‘Kiwi’