Mabel might have thought shed got through her tour with Harry Styles unscathed, but oh no.
The singer has been opening for Harry Styles tour for the last few dates, but her run has sadly come to an end as he moves off to Australia for the next part of his tour.
But old Hazza couldnt let Mabels stint end without a nice send off, so the cheeky little git decided to prank her in front of 15,000 fans.
As she sang her way through her final song in Dublin, Harry ran on stage and pied her in the face, followed closely by a pal who covered her and her entire band in silly string, just to make sure she really was had.
Mabel shared the moment on her Instagram, joking that at least it was vegan.
She wrote: When Harry Styles pranks you on stage and throws a cream pie in your face whilst youre singing. At least it was vegan. Big love to you @harrystyles and the whole crew and band for making this tour so special. Im gonna miss you all.
Mabel later took to her Instagram stories to relive the horror of a pie in the face, saying: Singing my last song, last show of the tour and Harry Fucking Styles comes up and fucking puts cream in my face on stage!
Harrys clearly been having a whale of a time on the UK leg of his tour, having wowed the Scots crowds with his legs during his Glasgow gig, and being surprised with a light spectacular at his London O2 date.
Two young fans aged just 17 and 20 arranged for the audience to shine different coloured lights during Sweet Creature to create a giant LGBT rainbow throughout the auditorium.
Ksenia and Luna told us how they put together 14,000 pieces of paper containing instructions and coloured paper to distribute to their fellow concert goers.
Speaking to Metro.co.uk, they explained: In October 2017 we suggested we do a project for Harry during the London shows and we came up with an idea of creating a massive pride flag.
We counted how many seats there are in each row in each block so everyone would get a colour. I have personally done 14000 of those small instructions with colours.
The whole preparation took us three months. Last night our small project team walked around the arena and gave the colours to the audience.
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