Harry Styles Stops Concert To Help Fan Having A Panic Attack In The Crowd
The former One Direction member stopped his recent concert to help a fan having a panic attack.
British pop star Harry Styles has been busy recently. Not only did he do an admirable job in Christopher Nolan’s war epic, Dunkirk, but his debut solo album been a huge success both critically and commercially.
Styles is currently on a world tour for his record, and he’s been using it as a platform to make some pretty big statements while showing love to his fans.
Like flying the rainbow flag during one of his shows.
And lighting up the outside of a London venue with the LGBTQ colors.
During a recent London show, he took his good guy personality to a whole other level when he noticed, as he was performing one of his songs, that a fan was having a panic attack.
So he stopped right in the middle of the track to assist the anxious fan and call for help, and it was all caught on video.
Uproxx identified the panic-stricken fan as Annie, who tweeted about the entire experience. Her account’s protected now, but here’s what she had to say about Harry’s helping hand during her trying time.
“Harry Styles stopped his entire show because I got crushed and then watched me being pulled over the barrier. That was one of the most horrendous panic attacks I’ve ever had, like even the medics were terrified of the state I was in. Harry is so f*cking pure I can’t believe it. I feel like f*cking sh*t but I’m so grateful to Harry for having such a pure heart and stopping the show to get security to help me.”
Annie unfortunately missed the rest of that night’s show, but the venue gave her a ticket for the following night free of charge to help and make it up to her.
Annie also spoke with BuzzFeed and expressed how thankful she was of the star to take notice and help her out.