Harry Styles showed visible discomfort after an object hit him directly in the eye while he was onstage in Vienna performing his Love on Tour concert, extending a troubling trend where artists, including Bebe Rexha, Kelsea Ballerini, and Pink have had objects thrown at them.
In a fan-captured video the former One Direction member is seen strutting down the runway with his microphone when an unknown object is launched at his eye.
Styles, 29, winces in pain and bends over, covering his eye with his hands.
Walking down the stage, the “Adore You” singer continued to rub his agitated eye.
He was also hit in the groin with an apparent bottle last year.
A fan at the Harry Style’s concert threw a bottle at the singer, hitting him right in the groin during the middle of his Chicago show. (Twitter/glambygab)
WATCH: HARRY STYLES GET HIT IN THE EYE BY FLYING OBJECT AT VIENNA CONCERT
Headliners have recently been plagued with similar, unfortunate events in the past few weeks.
The “I’m Good (Blue)” singer gave fans a glimpse of her injuries, sharing pictures to Instagram.
“I’m good,” she cheekily commented, despite having a bruised face.
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In London at British Summer Time’s Hyde Park Festival two weeks ago, Pink was the recipient of a peculiar gift — a bag of human ashes.
In a fan-recorded video, Pink is seen picking up a plastic bag that landed on stage – full of some substance – in the middle of her performance of “Just Like a Pill.”
While performing at British Summer Time’s Hyde Park Festival in London, Pink was tossed a bag full of ashes. (Lorne Thomson/Redferns)
“Is this your mom?” the stunned singer asked, speaking directly to a member of the audience. “I don’t know how to feel about this,” she continued in bemusement, placing the bag down by a speaker before continuing on with her song.
Upon returning, she implored fans to please say something if they do not feel safe among the crowd.
“If you ever don’t feel safe, please let someone around you know. There’s security everywhere tonight. If anyone’s pushing too much or you just have that gut feeling or anything — always flag it. Don’t throw things, you know?” she added. “I always want shows of mine — every show for every artist — but I’m in control of this one, I just want it to be a safe place for everyone. We have little kids here. Will you help me do that tonight, please?” she asked her audience.
Kelsea Ballerini was trolled on Instagram later for how she handled being hit in the face by an object. (Neilson Barnard/Getty Images for The Recording Academy)
She later took to her Instagram story to elaborate on what happened, writing, “I’m fine. Someone threw a bracelet, it hit me in the eye, and it more so just scared me than hurt me. We all have triggers and layers of fears way deeper than what is shown, and that’s why I walked offstage to calm down and make sure myself, band and crew, and the crowd all felt safe to continue. That’s all I ever want, is for shows to feel like a safe place for us all.”
Just last weekend, Adele addressed proper concert etiquette, warning fans to not try anything with her.
“Have you noticed how people are like forgetting f—ing show etiquette at the moment because [they’re] throwing s— on stage? Have you seen them,” Adele told her Caesars Palace audience at her Weekends with Adele residency in a fan-recorded video.
“I f—ing dare you. Dare you throw something at me and I’ll f—ing kill you,” she cautioned the crowd while toting a T-shirt gun in her arms and firing it off into the audience with gusto.