One Direction’s Harry Styles suffers another embarrassing fall on stage in Toronto

Styles previously fell over when the band visited San Diego

One Direction‘s Harry Styles fell over on stage during a concert in Canada last night.

The group were performing at the Rogers Centre in Toronto last night (August 20) when Styles appeared to try and clap his hands above his head, only to miss and hit himself in the head and fall backwards.

A similar incident happened in San Diego in July when Styles fell over while attempting a rock star-like pose, bending back with his microphone.

Watch footage from the Toronto fall now.

Meanwhile, Fleetwood Mac’s Mick Fleetwood recently discussed forming an unlikely friendship with Harry Styles.

The drummer has revealed how he met the young pop star after taking his children to a One Direction concert. Styles later appeared onstage to present fellow Fleetwood Mac member Stevie Nicks with a birthday cake at one of their London shows last month.


Speaking recently to the Daily Mirror, Fleetwood said of his friendship with Styles: “We’re penpals! I took my two 13-year-old daughters and their mates to see One Direction. And that point, the girls are going, ‘Dad, just don’t embarrass us! No dad dancing!’

“[We] had the meet-and-greet thing… and what happened in front of my daughters was dad became a superstar! [One Direction] all wanted to meet me! My ante got upped! All their songwriting team wanted to meet me. That’s when I met Harry and he’s come to three of our shows. He writes to me from weird places.”