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Video: Harry Styles Falls On Stage And Into Our <3s

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Harry Styles fell down while performing in San Diego last night, much to the horror of One Direction's loyal fans.

Falling down is weird because it isn't your fault, really, but for some reason it's super embarrassing. It's probably weirder still when you're a celebrity in the middle of a performance. (Sometimes, though, it's pretty endearing.)

Styles, the 21-year-old One Direction member, appeared to have been sabotaged by his own mic stand while performing at San Diego's Qualcomm Stadium last night. As far as falls go, this one is pretty good. He's marching across the stage nonchalantly carrying a mic stand, when it gets caught on something, wrenching him backwards and to the ground. This inspired the Twitter hashtag #ohnoharry.

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It's better set to Gwen Stefani.

He's okay, though.

There are worse things that could happen. You could be Iggy Azalea performing at some rich kid's birthday party, and split your pants. Bruce Springsteen once kept saying, "Hello, Ohio!" to a crowd in Detroit at the Auburn Palace, with Pistons logos all around him. Enrique Iglesias once sliced open his finger and bled all over the place while trying to snatch a drone out of the air.

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