Styles leaves stage after suffering from dehydration

Styles leaves stage after suffering from dehydration

Harry Styles threw up during a One Direction concert on Monday.

The heartthrob was spotted grabbing his stomach and running off stage at the end of the group's performance of 'Teenage Dirtbag' and missed the entire next song 'Rock Me', while his bandmates – Niall Horan, Liam Payne, Louis Tomlinson and Zayn Malik – covered his solo in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

According to RadarOnline, user amadak822 posted on YouTube: “I was there! He got dehydrated and overheated and ended up throwing up backstage. :( He missed Rock Me but came back right after and said, ‘Sorry bout that! (sic)’ ”

Meanwhile, Harry and bandmate Liam will be giving away a joint date in a charity auction.

The One Direction boys are ambassadors for cancer charity Trekstock and are helping to raise money by selling off a hot date with themselves during a weekend in London.

Harry recently said: "A lucky winner and a friend will win a five-star weekend in London's Carnaby Street. You will be given some spending money to go shopping, you will be flown into London, then me and Liam will be taking you out for the evening."

To enter the competition you can bid at prizeo.com, however, you must be over 13 years old to go on the date.


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