Styles, who scored some new, older fans, when he released his impressive Bowie-esque first single, “Sign of the Times,” from his self-titled solo debut earlier this year, hadn’t managed to draw many of them out to his show this time -- the audience was almost exclusively female, who shrieked the moment he appeared in silhouette behind the curtain.Dressed in some '70s-couch-fabric dark floral leisure suit but wearing it well, Styles came off immediately comfortable in the gorgeous historic setting -- the ornate three-level theatre is over 120-years-old -- his fans right at the foot of the stage.I’m from England” introduction and scripted line that he’s “very aware that I do only have 10 songs so thank you so much for coming out.” He asked if anyone had come to see him “with my wonderful friends,” before playing “Stockholm Syndrome” -- a One Direction song he co-wrote -- and then ditched the guitar for a while and made full use of the stage, waving, strutting and blowing kisses.“You’re much louder than the Americans,” he said at one point before “Woman” and actually mouthed the words “I love you so much” mid-song, seemingly overwhelmed by the response he was getting. Join hands with the person next to you,” joking that people were probably annoyed they had to put their phone down for a second.“We’re all together in this room. But one guy in the front row pointed to Styles for the hug.He shook some hands and took the Canadian flag and put it on the drum riser, before launching into “Meet Me in the Hallway.” “I’m very happy to be able to play Massey Hall before it closes,” he said, before asking for clarification (“This could be very embarrassing”) and correcting himself that the venue would only be closing for refurbishment for two years. The singer obliged.“Please do the same outside,” he asked.It made everything, I think on both fences, a little bit more unapproachable."I think it shows that it was never anything real, if I can use that word."blocked the term 'Larry' on Instagram in a bid to prevent the fans' creations from being seen by him.Even so, it didn't stop Louis from gushing about his bandmate in the interview, adding that he has ""He's great in this situation," Louis said.
So it created this atmosphere between the two of us where everyone was looking into everything we did."It took away the vibe you get off anyone."He's great on stage, he's a great musician and artist."Harry is actually an inspiring person to watch as a businessman, as a musician.At Massey Hall last night in Toronto, former One Direction member Harry Styles blew kisses, slapped hands, sang Happy Birthday, snatched a fan’s rainbow-colored feather boa to wear; took a fan’s Canadian flag; and encouraged the crowd to hug an adjacent stranger. That the 23-year-old can go with the flow and make the night his own, and different, however he wishes, without equal-say bandmates to consult or a rehearsal to follow.Ward did say, however, that she's had to step back from social media due to backlash from some of Styles' fans who don't approve of her bond with singer."Snapchat I've deleted, Twitter-don't really do it," she told The Times. At the moment I'm getting a lot of direct messages there, but I respectfully choose not to reply to them, because they're all like, er, interesting.