Nathan Hartono performs in front of hundreds of people – with his zipper down
The singer only realised his faux pas after the concert. He was a very good sport about it though, joking that this is "what happens after you do a thousand performances in front of your computer with no pants".
As if a global pandemic wasn’t challenging enough, singer Nathan Hartono now has another item to add to the list of things that made 2020 very eventful.
The singer took part in 24OWLS’ Flock – The Xmas Edition concert at the Pasir Panjang Power Station on Sunday (Dec 20), performing to a crowd of around 400 people.
It was his first live performance in 10 months and judging by some photos we saw of him rocking it out on stage, he seemed to be having the time of his life – blissfully unaware that his pants zipper was down the entire time.
That’s right, the 29-year-old Everything I Am singer didn’t realise that he was performing in front of hundreds of people with his fly unzipped.
He gamely took to Instagram on Monday to tell his followers about his faux pas and even made a joke about it.
He posted a photo of his unzipped pants and wrote: “I lived one of my nightmares yesterday when I noticed this AFTER my first live show in 10 months”.
He then quipped: “I guess that’s what happens after you do a thousand performances in front of your computer with no pants. Regardless. Happy for the return of live music to Singapore. And the return of pants to my life”.
His fans and followers appreciated that he was being a good sport about it and many even posted their own hilarious comments including one that said Hartono was “looking fly” and another that quipped, “Is this a live show or a free show?”.