Harry Styles answered a dating-related question a fan raised by holding a signboard during his recently concluded Minnesota concert, and his explanation, which included an insightful piece of advice, sent the crowd into a frenzy.

"Shall I text him?" the question on the fan's signboard read, as seen in the now-viral video taken at the show. To the fan's surprise, the 27-year-old singer responded to her inquiry, saying, "In my opinion, if you should, this isn't even a question."

"Should I text him? Can't text him too soon? We're thinking about double texting that's a whole risk, now he's thumbed it so technically he was the last to do something but it still feels like a double text if I text him again', it's a whole thing." Styles then explained. "In my personal opinion, it's that if there's any sort of games - trash, trash, trash."

As soon as Styles ended his speech, the show's attendees applauded and cheered for him.

Moreover, the last part of his statement, "Trash, trash, trash," quickly became a trending topic on social media, which just proves that it resonated with a lot of his fans. Many of these supporters also could not stop gushing over the singer and eagerly shared their reaction to his dating advice.

"Harry giving love n dating advice and calling a man trash I LOVE L O V E to see it omg," a fan wrote as they shared the viral clip via Twitter Wednesday.

Another fan recalled that Styles also gave a piece of dating advice in 2014 and put that nugget of wisdom side by side with the one the singer imparted at his recent show. "2014: 'Pick someone who’s supportive.' 2021: 'If there's any sort of games- TRASH TRASH TRASH," the fan wrote.

Meanwhile, a netizen who claimed to be "crying over men" on that day thanked the singer for his advice, writing, "cannot believe i was crying over men today and harry styles said TRASH TRASH TRASH like sir i really needed that."

A fan noted, "we need an audio loop of harry saying 'trash trash trash trash' for all those moments. you know."

Styles is currently doing "Love on Tour," a series of shows that began on Sept. 4 and will continue until Nov. 20. He will be seen in Olivia Wilde's upcoming movie "Don't Worry Darling," which is slated for release on Sept. 23, 2022.

Harry Styles Harry Styles performs on NBC's 'Today' at Rockefeller Plaza in New York City, May 9, 2017. Photo: Getty Images/Mike Coppola