Watch Harry Styles Pay Tribute To Queen Elizabeth II At NYC Concert

Harry Styles could also be within the midst of a Hollywood publicity tour and a grueling live performance residency, however he nonetheless discovered time to honor his homeland’s late monarch, Queen Elizabeth II, with an emotional tribute.

The British pop star paused his live performance at New York’s Madison Sq. Backyard Thursday to acknowledge the queen, who died earlier that day at age 96.

“There’s some very sad news today: the passing of Queen Elizabeth II,” Styles advised the gang, as seen in footage shared by iHeart Radio. “Please join me in a round of applause for 70 years of service.”

Styles, who was born in Redditch, England, has dominated international headlines this week. Along with his sold-out “Harry’s House” live performance residency, he’s set to look on the large display screen alongside Chris Pine and Florence Pugh in “Don’t Worry Darling,” which hits theaters later this month.

“Don’t Worry Darling” premiered to main fanfare on the 2022 Venice Movie Pageant in Italy earlier this week, however its rollout has been something however clean.

Olivia Wilde, the movie’s director and Styles’ girlfriend, has repeatedly tried to close down rumors of a behind-the-scenes fallout between her and Pugh. Nonetheless, Pugh was noticeably absent from a press convention that preceded the Venice screening and received’t be attending the film’s New York premiere, set to happen Sept. 19.

As for Styles, he was the topic of heated on-line debate this week after a video that appeared to point out him spitting on Pine went viral on-line. Pine’s consultant has since dismissed the declare, whereas Styles himself poked enjoyable on the footage at a Wednesday live performance.

Whether or not “Don’t Worry Darling” succeeds critically and commercially stays to be seen. Nonetheless, Styles will get one other alternative to show his thespian chops when he seems within the romantic drama “My Policeman,” due out in October.