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Harry Styles pays tribute to Queen Elizabeth II during concert in New York

This Thursday, September 9, the death of Queen Elizabeth II was confirmed at the age of 96, after be in poor health and spend a few hours under the care of doctors. The monarch spent 70 years on the throne and her death mourned everyone, including people from the artistic world.

In social networks Hundreds of artists reacted to the unfortunate news and left their condolences, but live tributes could not be missed, one of them was Harry Styles That same night he showed up andl Madison Square Garden in New York as part of his tour.

The renowned singer and now British actor did not miss the opportunity to pay tribute to Queen Elizabeth II. Harry asked his entire audience to join him for a round of applause: “Join me in a round of applause for 70 years of service.”

This moment was captured by different concertgoers and was shared on social networks, you can see and hear how the public followed the call from Harry Styles who did not hesitate to thank them: “Thank you Madison Square Garden.”

Harry Styles joins the list of celebrities who have reacted to the death of Queen Elizabeth II, other artists were also Paul McCartney, Mick Jagger, Elton John, Ozzy Osbourne and many more. The interpreter of as it was He was affected by the news as he is originally from the United Kingdom.

Harry Styles responds to controversy

The British singer was involved in a controversy a couple of days ago after being present at the Venice Film Festival and allegedly spitting on his partner Chris Pine. Although some sources have already denied this fact, Harry Styles speaks for the first time about it.

“It’s wonderful to be back in New York. I just got back real quick from Venice, spitting on Chris Pine.”said the artist jokingly during his concert in New York.


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