Harry Styles Gets Hit with a Flying Object in His Face During his Love on Tour Concert in Vienna!

Harry Styles Gets Hit with a Flying Object in His Face During his Love on Tour Concert in Vienna!
Harry Styles gets hit in the face during his concert. source: Daily Mail
  • A concertgoer hit Harry Styles with a flying object in his face during his Love on Tour concert.
  • The object slammed Harry hard on his face and he winced in pain.
  • His rumored girlfriend Taylor Russell was also present at the concert.

Fan attacks Harry Styles in the face during a concert in Vienna

Harry Styles gets attacked onstage again and this time not with flowers.

The singer who was performing during his Love on Tour concert in Vienna on Saturday was hit with an object right across his face.

The Watermelon Sugar hitmaker, 29, was strolling on stage during the Vienna concert when the shocking incident took place. It later became viral on Twitter.

Unfortunately, such occurrences have been rapidly increasing in recent months. Stars such as Bebe Rexha and Ava Max facing similar situations.

The short clip shows the former One Direction crooner walking along the stage when suddenly a small object flew and slammed his left eye.

He immediately winced in pain and covered his face with his hand.

Styles bent over for a few seconds with his hand still to face and then stood upright and continue doing his thing.

Harry Styles (1)
The object hit Harry across his face. source: Daily Mail

This is not the first time the Grammy winner h at him during concerts.

Just last month in June, someone smacked him in the face with a bunch of flowers during a concert in Cardiff.

The bouquet pelted him in the face as he skipped down some stairs and turned to the crowd to greet his fans.

As seen in the video which was captured by a fan, Harry seemed upset and shocked as he rubbed his face after being hit. However, being a professional, he shook it off and carried on with his performance.

Also, Read Harry Styles’ Rumored Girlfriend Taylor Russell Fuels Romance Rumors by Attending His Love On Tour concert in Vienna!

Stars who recently became victims of stage attack

Last year in November, during a gig in Los Angeles, the Don’t Worry Darling actor was hit in the face with Skittles by a concertgoer.

A video showed the star immediately jumping back and throwing a hand to his eye. This is however the ending point of Harry’s Love on Tour concert which started in September 2021.

Now he only has a total of four more performances in Spain, Portugal, and Italy, ending the tour on July 22.

Most recently, Drake also nearly became a victim of stage assault. He nearly dodged a cell phone in Chicago during his It’s All a Blur Tour on Thursday.

In June, Bebe Rexha also got a black eye when someone from the audience threw a phone at her face. It left her with multiple stitches.

Country star Kelsea Ballerini also recently experienced such an incident when someone threw a bracelet at her during her live performance.

She later addressed the issue saying,

Bebe Rexha
Bebe shared a selfie after the incident. source: Page Six

”hi, i’m fine. someone threw a bracelet, it hit me in the eye and it more so just scared me than hurt me.’

‘We all have triggers and layers of fears way deeper than what is shown, and that’s why i walked offstage to calm down and make sure myself, band and crew, and the crowd felt safe to continue. that’s all i ever want, is for shows to feel like a safe place for us all…’

Singer Ava Max was also got slapped by a fan in the fan during her show in Los Angeles last month.

She later tweeted,

 ”He slapped me so hard that he scratched the inside of my eye. He’s never coming to a show again. thank you to the fans for being spectacular tonight in LA though!!”

Also, Read Harry Styles Stops His Concert for a Pregnant Fan and Helps Her Choose Baby Name!

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