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Harry Styles really is the gift that gives on giving. Mere days after ripping his pants and wearing a tiny necklace that set fans aflame, Styles took the stage in Palm Springs for his 29th birthday concert and gave fans a present they likely weren't expecting.

Wearing another of his glittery custom ensembles, Styles strode the stage all night long, giving fans plenty of love during his ongoing Love on Tour.

Maybe too much love: Styles clearly went commando for the concert.

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To be fair, nothing wrong with that. Probably feels freeing.

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On the other hand, Harry Styles only just endured one trouser-related wardrobe malfunction this week, having split his fancy pants on a concert during February 1.

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It's just another day in the life for Styles, who ceaselessly titillates fans with his outrageously indulgent outfits.

Even when he's out on the town, for instance, Styles is borderline bare-chested and grungy glam.

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Even penises are nothing new for Styles: the singer made waves with fans when he wore banana genitalia (say that five times fast) as jewelry a few years back.

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So there you have it. Plenty of fun for fans, and another reason for Styles to consider loosening up his pants a bit.

Or not, because it's clearly getting attention and there's no such thing as bad press. Especially when it's complimentary dong coverage.

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It worked pretty well for Jon Hamm, huh?

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