REDDITCH-born singer Harry Styles delighted music fans at Radio 1’s Big Weekend in Coventry on Sunday.

The Watermelon Sugar star recently dropped his third album Harry’s House and celebrated with fans during a headlining spot at the BBC bash.

The singer performed new tracks from the album including As it Was, as well as other hits including Adore You and Sign of the Times.

He even dropped What Makes You Beautiful, a song by his former group One Direction, into the set.

The superstar, who was born at the Alex Hospital in Redditch, joined a lineup full of some of the most popular acts in the world.

Other acts to perform over the weekend included Bewdley’s Becky Hill, George Ezra, Ed Sheeran, Sam Fender, and indie-rock band Foals.

People can watch live sets from BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend via the BBC website.