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Harry Styles of One Direction performs at MetLife stadium on Aug. 5, 2015, in East Rutherford, N.J.
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Harry Styles just taught one fan a (grammar) lesson she’ll never forget.

Last week during a Philadelphia show on the band’s On the Road Again Tour, the One Direction member spotted a sign from 16-year-old fan Taelor Ford that read “Hi Harry! Your So Nice” instead of the grammatically correct “Hi Harry! You’re So Nice.” But Styles wasn’t about to let his influence as a teen idol go to waste, so he gestured for Ford to pass the sign up to the stage, where he took to correcting it himself before giving it back to her.

The “You’re” vs “Your” mistake frequently draws the ire of the Internet, and Ford is no exception. Not all of the international attention she’s received since her brush with boy-band royalty has been positive, but at least she’s keeping her sense of humor about it.

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