After Billie Eilish interrupted a concert to help a fan earlier this year, colleague Harry Styles is now showing his attentive side. At the gig in London, someone in the audience collapses. The singer is immediately there to intervene.
British pop star Harry Styles ("Watermelon Sugar") interrupted a performance in London to help a fan in need. Towards the end of his concert on Tuesday night, Styles was singing his hit song "Sign Of The Times" when he noticed the exhausted person in the audience. Immediately, the former One Direction singer stopped the music, turned on the lights and asked other fans to make room for security.
"Is everyone else okay? Are you okay?" Styles asked. Only after several minutes, when employees in the hall and bystanders had taken care of the affected person, did the 28-year-old continue his show. To the deafening cheers of around 5,000 spectators, he began "Sign Of The Times" from the beginning.
Styles, who recently headlined the Coachella festival in California and will be giving several stadium and indoor concerts over the summer, performed in the relatively small hall under the motto "One Night Only in London" to promote his third album "Harry's House" to present. Tickets for the concert at the famous Brixton Academy soon sold out. In order to secure the best seats on the day of the show, some fans had waited in front of the concert hall for days.
In Germany, Styles' fans can see the musician on June 26th at Hamburg's Volksparkstadion. He will also appear on July 11th in the Olympiahalle in Munich, on July 20th in the Mercedes-Benz Arena in Berlin and on July 22nd in the Lanxess Arena in Cologne.
In February, Styles' colleague Billie Eilish made similar headlines. The 20-year-old was performing as part of the tour for her current album "Happier Than Ever" in the US state of Georgia when a visitor could not breathe. Eilish noticed that the young woman was in distress and personally informed security during her set. She was also celebrated for it by her fans.