During his performance in Mexico, Harry Styles held a minute silence for the victims who died in the Manchester attack at Ariana Grande's concert earlier this week.
The 23-year-old from Holmes Chapel - less than an hour's drive away from Manchester - spoke to the crowd about how much the tragedy has affected him, personally.
"Tonight doesn't feel like a night to celebrate," Harry said. "Last night, there was a tragedy in my hometown of Manchester and I have been left with a hole in my heart."
"I went to my first show at the Arena, and had some of the best experiences of my life playing at the place in Manchester," he added. "We have a choice, every single day that we wake up of what you can put into the world and I ask you to please choose love every single day."
He then proceeded to ask the crowd to join him in a moment of silence.
Fans were expecting Harry and his band to play a full show, but in light of the tragic events, that show was cut to a short acoustic set. However, the Sign of the Times singer promised fans he would be back to play a full set at a later date.
Our thoughts are with all those affected by the Manchester tragedy.