Harry Styles dons 70s-inspired black bodysuit as he performs at Capital’s Summertime Ball… one day after man plunged from balcony during singer’s sold-out concert in Glasgow
- Harry performed at Capital’s Summertime Ball in London on Sunday, the day after an audience member fell from a balcony at his show in Glasgow
- Police say he plunged from the third-tier club deck within Ibrox Stadium’s Main Stand
- His condition is unknown, but he is not believed to have been seriously injured
- There are not believed to be any suspicious circumstances surrounding the fall
Harry Styles put on an animated display as he performed at at Capital’s Summertime Ball 2022 at Wembley Stadium in London on Sunday.
The singer, 28, delighted fans as he took to the stage in a black and white bodysuit which he wore undone at the chest to leave his body art on display.
His outfit featured stripes down the front and along the legs, and he wore a pair of black and white trainers for his show.
Born to perform: Harry Styles, 28, put on an animated display as he performed at at Capital’s Summertime Ball 2022 at Wembley Stadium in London on Sunday
The former One Direction star joined a long list of artists to perform at the event.
He was seen dancing on stage as he whipped the crowd into a frenzy on the Sunday evening.
It comes after a man was injured after falling from a third-tier balcony during his show in Glasgow.
In costume: The singer delighted fans as he took to the stage in a black and white bodysuit which he wore undone at the chest to leave his body art on display
The man is understood to have fallen into the crowd below as the former X Factor contestant performed his encore at Rangers’ Ibrox Stadium last night.
Police confirmed that a man fell from the club deck, the third-tier of seating within the Main Stand, at around 10.15pm.
The condition of the man is unknown, but he is not believed to have been seriously injured. He was treated by medics at the scene and there were no suspicious circumstances surrounding the fall.
Showman: His outfit featured stripes down the front and along the legs, and he wore a pair of black and white trainers for his show
Footage of the incident shows the crowd on their feet dancing before the silhouette of a person is seen flailing as they fall towards members of the audience below.
Almost 50,000 fans were in attendance at the sold-out concert, the first of his 32-city tour.
A Police Scotland spokesperson told MailOnline: ‘Officers were made aware of a man falling from a club deck at a premises on Edmiston Drive, Glasgow at around 10.15pm on Saturday, June 11, 2022.
Horrific: A Harry Styles fan plunged from a third tier balcony into the crowd below during the hitmaker’s concert in Glasgow on Saturday night
There were no suspicious circumstances and the man was seen to by medical staff.’
It is understood that Styles was performing his song Kiwi during an encore when the incident took place.
Worried fans took to social media after witnessing the horror fall.
‘Sadly we saw someone fall from the club deck at Harry Styles tonight in Glasgow. Praying they are okay [heart]’.
Awful: Police confirmed that a man fell from the club deck – the third tier of seating within the Ibrox Stadium’s Main Stand – at around 10.15pm
Shock: Worried fans took to social media after witnessing the horror fall
Another penned: ‘during the intro of kiwi someone fell from the upper section down to the lower section in front of us, at least 15 meters down. and security did not react until the end of the song. what should’ve been the best night of my life turned into a nightmare’.
Countering the security argument, someone replied: ‘Hey, I know it seemed like security didn’t react but I was next to them (the bottom tier, next to standing) and we had loads of them legging it up the stairs past us and that was about 20 seconds into kiwi.
‘They were really concerned, it just took a while cause of the distance x’.
A third recalled how their 15-year-old thought it was a blow up doll at first, adding: ‘Just horrific. Hope he and everyone else are okay. Horrible ending to a very special night’.
Opening night: Harry had stage presence in bucketloads on Saturday night as the European leg of his Love On Tour kickstarted in Glasgow
Harry had stage presence in bucket-loads on Saturday night as the European leg of his Love On Tour kickstarted in Glasgow.
The hitmaker, 28, wore a blue and yellow ensemble for his sold-out concert at Ibrox Stadium, which comprised of a jacket adorned with two large strawberries and funky tailored trousers.
As he paraded around the stage, some of the 50,817 in attendance snatched the chance to film their idol up close as a sea of phones went up in the air.
The former One Direction band member looked as though he was having a whale of a time as he made his way through a string of hits, including a selection from his latest album Harry’s House.
At one moment during his set, the chart-topper held up a Pride flag as he belted out a song with passion.
Showing just how much he was enjoying himself, Harry threw a thumbs up for the cameras before returning his focus to the enthusiastic crowd in front of him.
Harry was the talk of Twitter this weekend as fans rushed to the social media site to gush over the performance.
‘Cannot believe i just saw harry styles in glasgow. after waiting 3 years. insane. #LoveOnTourGlasgow,’ one wrote.
Another superfan penned: ‘our little strawberry has officially returned. welcome home Harry’.
Meanwhile, someone observed the scenes outside the stadium before the concert: ‘Queues to get into Harry Styles at Ibrox in Glasgow are “insane”… not sure I’ve seen horseback police monitoring a crowd of mostly teenage girls/young women before’.
‘Welcome home Harry’: The singer was the talk of Twitter this weekend as fans rushed to the social media site to gush over the performance
‘Queues are insane’: Meanwhile, someone observed the scenes outside the stadium before the concert
On Thursday, the first official images of the hotly-anticipated upcoming movie My Policeman were released – sending fans into a frenzy.
The two snaps showed main character Harry gazing at his on-screen wife Emma Corrin, 26, in a swimming pool before having an intimate chat in a gallery with the man he will go on to have an affair with.
The singer-cum-actor is taking the lead in the movie, which is set in Brighton in the 1950s, and based on Bethan Roberts’ novel.
Forthcoming: Elsewhere on Thursday, the first official images of the hotly-anticipated upcoming movie My Policeman were released on Thursday – sending fans into a frenzy (Harry and Emma Corrin are pictured)