Harry Styles is well-known and beloved by his fans for his support of the LGBTQ+ community. He delivered a heartfelt speech on stage in Oslo after a shooting during Pride celebrations.
Two people were killed in a mass shooting outside a gay bar in the early hours of Saturday morning after a gunman opened fire in Oslo’s nightlife district.
In what was described as an “anaphylactic” incident, more than 20 people were injured. ‘Islamist terror act’This led to thousands of protestors gathering together to hold a rally.
Pride flags are synonymous with Harry Styles concerts, as well as feather boas and flared trousers. The Watermelon Sugar singer raised one last night to show solidarity and support the community.
The 28-year-old took to stage at Oslo’s Telenor Arena as part his Love On Tour shows. He informed the crowd that it was his pleasure to be back. ‘very sorry’Following the terrible incident.
‘I am well aware that, right now, this means more to you than it ever has before,’He began by raising the rainbow flag in front of his head.
Harry continued: ‘I just wanna tell you that I’I am very sorry. I hope you feel safe here.
‘The thing that I am most proud of in my life is getting to play in front of such an incredible, loving group of people every night. It is an honour, I thank you so much. The atmosphere that you’ve created here, allowing people to feel safe and to be Themselves, and I know that in difficult times, it is hard to feel like you can make a difference, and I promise you that each and every single one of you make a difference by the small choices, the tiny choices that you make every day to be that little bit kinder to someone, to do that little bit extra for someone – it makes the difference.’
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He continued to empower his young fans by adding: ‘There are old people, and I promise you that they don’You are the future and this room doesn’t have any chance of you losing.
‘I love you so much, I thank you for allowing me to do this, I encourage you, even in the darkest times, to love more, to give more, to embrace more, be kind more, and I promise you it makes a difference.’
Harry ended his remarks by encouraging the audience. ‘pump all the love that you have into this room’The concert will continue for the remainder of the evening.
Minutes after the Oslo tragedy, Zaniar Matapour was arrested and taken into custody on suspicion of murder, attempted murder, and terrorism.
The Norwegian citizen aged 43, originally from Iran, has not yet provided any explanations to detectives.
Harry continues to spread positivity and love across Europe. following his tour dates in the UK, well and truly living his best life after his recent album, Harry’s House, topped the charts for a fourth week.
The former One Direction star may have left fans devastated after he didn’t turn out to be Glastonbury’s surprise performer, but we’re sure he’s more than making up for it with his own shows.
But Harry isn’t just a singer, oh no. There’s actually nothing he can’t excel at, it seems, as the musician is also set to release his first clothing collection with designer brand, Gucci.
Oh, and he’s got two movies coming out this year too, no biggie.
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