Harry Styles was a former member of the band “One Direction.” He was supposed to kick off the Chicago leg of his Love on Tour this Thursday. But he postponed the event “out of an excess of caution,” according to “People” magazine.
Chicago’s United Center said on Twitter that “tonight’s Harry Styles event on Thursday, October 6, 2022 at the United Center has been moved to Monday, October 10, 2022 due to band/sickness crew.”
Harry Styles, 28, hasn’t updated his personal social media or spoken publicly about his health. Before flying to Inglewood, California, he has one more show in Chicago scheduled for October 15.
Harry Styles’s tour had its last stop in Austin, Texas, before heading to Chicago.
As Styles was enjoying a performance at the Moody Center, she saw a little child in the audience with a placard that said “SKIPPED DAYCARE TO BE HERE (sic)”.
He gave the audience members watching his debut show a special memory to remember.
According to a performance video shared on TikTok, “People” reports that after reading the placard. Styles responded to the young fan, “Hello! Is everything okay?
The “As It Was” singer gestured to the fan, who seemed to give him one in return, and then he screamed, “Look at that tiny thumb!”