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Harry Styles gets hit in the eye with object

Harry Styles get hit in the eye

On Saturday, as Harry Styles was playing in Vienna, a piece of equipment was thrown at the stage, striking him in the eye. This is the most recent instance in a string of attacks.

The “As It Was” singer is shown going on stage at a “Love on Tour” concert when an item strikes him directly in the eye shown in the video that concertgoers have shared on social media.

He is shown flinching in pain and bending down a bit while placing his hands to his face to gather himself before moving onward.

Styles hasn’t updated his social media followers yet, but GWN has contacted the singer’s agent to get a statement about the incident.

Styles has previously been struck by an object while on stage performing, which is a regrettable situation. Social media footage from 2022 indicated that Styles was struck by Skittles that were thrown at him during a concert in Los Angeles.

Skittles’ official Twitter account responded to the event by tweeting to its followers, “Didn’t think I needed to say this: Please don’t throw Skittles.”

As shown in several videos shared on social media, Styles has once again joined the list of musicians who have lately been hit by items while playing on stage, joining Drake, Bebe Rexha, Kelsea Ballerini, and Ava Max.

While on stage, Rexha and Drake were both the targets of mobile phone throws, with Rexha sustaining a significant eye injury.

Max was struck in the face by a concertgoer who entered the stage and was then taken away by security, while Ballerini was hit in the face by a bracelet that was thrown at her while she was playing in June, leading her to halt the performance and go offstage.

Other musicians have expressed outrage about the increasing number of instances, including Adele, who urged her Las Vegas crowd earlier this month to “stop throwing things at the artist!”

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