🎤💥Harry Styles Gets Unexpected Eye-Test Courtesy of a Fan’s Flying Object at Vienna Gig
TL;DR;: 😎🎵 The “Watermelon Sugar” hitmaker, Harry Styles, was the latest recipient of an ‘air mail’ package from an overzealous fan at his Vienna concert. The mystery object ended up hitting our beloved Styles right around his left peeper. Despite the surprise eye exam, Styles shrugged it off like a pro, working through the pain and soldiering on with the show. 🏋️♂️🎙️
Grab your popcorn and 3D glasses, folks! 😎 Because it seems like concerts these days have taken a wild turn towards “audience-participation gone wrong” category. As we inch closer towards the Hunger Games of live performances, the most recent tribute is none other than our very own ‘Adore You’ singer, Harry Styles. 🎤🎯
Imagine being in Vienna, serenading your audience with ‘Love on Tour,’ and then BOOM! A rogue object catapults across the stage and hits you square in the eye. 🚀👁️ Ouch, right? Well, that’s exactly what happened to Styles.
As Styles sauntered across the stage, basking in the adoration of his fans, the unnamed projectile made its mark. We see Styles visibly flinch, a hand flying to his face, his body doubling over in pain. 😫 Yet, like the superstar he is, Styles shook off the pain and kept on trucking off-stage. One can’t help but wonder, what was that object? A rogue piece of merch? A fan’s phone? Or perhaps a lost contact lens? 🧐
And before you ask, no, this isn’t a one-off case of ‘fan-throws-object, singer-takes-hit’. 🚫🤔 We’ve recently seen Bebe Rexha halt a show to get stitches after a fan lobbed a cell phone at her face with such force it could’ve come straight out of an NFL quarterback’s playbook. 🏈 And then, we had Kelsea Ballerini who faced a surprise glint-in-the-eye situation courtesy of a flying bracelet. 💫✨
Even Drake didn’t manage to dodge this trend. Although, lucky for him, he missed a fan-launched cell phone by mere inches. 📱🦸♂️
So, what does this trend tell us? Is this the new wave of expressing fandom? Are our concerts morphing into dodging practice for artists? And most importantly, who’s going to be the next artist to join this ‘hit list’?
As much as we want our favs to remember us, throwing things at them on stage might not be the best approach, don’t you think? 🤔 Now, the question that’s been burning in my mind, and I bet in yours too: What’s the weirdest thing you’ve ever seen being thrown at a concert? 🎪🔍 Let’s hear those juicy concert tales!
DISCLAIMER: This article does not condone or encourage any form of harm or misconduct at concerts or any public event. The incidents mentioned in this article are not to be taken as an example or guideline for behavior at such events. Stay safe and respectful, folks! 🙏💖