Oh no, Harry Styles! During One Direction’s concert in San Diego on July 9, Harry took a major tumble on stage! As expected, 1D fans went wild over the epic fall. Click to WATCH!
OMG! Harry Styles, you need to be careful! The 21-year-old took a shocking fall on stage at One Direction’s latest concert in San Diego on July 9. He tried hard to save himself from the unfortunate fall, but it just wasn’t enough. The singer went tumbling down right in the middle of a performance. The video instantly went viral, and #OhNoHarry became a worldwide trending topic on Twitter. Oh, Harry!
The band was singing “Through the Dark” when the big fall went down. Harry went over to grab his microphone while Liam Payne continued to sing. Harry addressed the audience and tried walking with his mic. Not a good idea, Harry!
He was suddenly pulled back, and he tried to use his quick reflexes to save himself from hitting the ground. He was nearly bent in half! Unfortunately, Harry still went barreling into the stage, shocking the audience. (Somebody’s going to have a bruise when they wake up!) Harry — being the amazing guy that he is — got up and flashed that adorable smile and continued on with the concert. Here’s how fans reacted to the fall:
— A ♛ (@queenamiiie) July 10, 2015
— arya; pls h? (@aestheticfthes) July 10, 2015
BUT WATCHING VIDEOS OF HARRY FALLING FROM DIFFERENT VIEWS MAKES ME LAUGH EVEN HARDER #OhNoHarry
— eunice (@radicalxuis) July 10, 2015
One day he is going to fall off stage and fall into me and I’m not giving him back. #OhNoHarry
— AMY // PCD (@sameemistakess_) July 10, 2015
#OhNoHarry that look like it hurt
— Smallzy (@Smallzy) July 10, 2015
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“The songs are coming together quickly, so we’re buzzing with the new stuff,” Harry told Entertainment Weekly. “It carries a slightly new identity…I think it’s an obvious change from [Four] in a positive way. We’ve branched out and worked with different writers, and we’ve got some great songs!”
HollywoodLifers, what do you think of Harry’s fall? Is it the worst 1D onstage mishap yet? Let us know!
— Avery Thompson