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Harry Styles makes moving LGBTQ+ speech for fans after Oslo terror attack

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Harry Styles left fans in awe after delivering an emotional speech to his LGBTQ+ fans at his sold-out concert in Oslo, Norway, earlier this week.On June 25, a gunman opened fire at a gay bar in Olso, killing two people and injury 21 on the day they were planning to celebrate the annual Pride parade.Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Støre told news reporters that "everything indicates" that the attack was carried out by an Islamist extremist.READ MORE: Harry Styles branded a 'good role model' by The DarknessHe added: "We don't know (yet) if the queer community was the intended target but we know it's a victim."Harry, 28, has shown his support for the LGBTQ+ community since finding fame and continued to do so at his Love On Tour show while holding a pride flag.The Boyfriend hitmaker proudly held the flag before saying: "I am well aware that, right now, this means more to you than it ever has before."I just want to tell you that I’m very sorry and I hope you all feel safe in here with each other."The thing that I am most proud of in my life is getting to play in front of such an incredible, loving group of people every night."He continued: "It is an honour, I thank you so much, the atmosphere that you've created here, allowing people to feel safe and to be themselves, and I know that in difficult times, it is hard to feel like you can make a difference."I promise you that each and every single one of you can make a difference by the small choices, the tiny choices that you make every day to be that little bit kinder to someone. "To do that little bit extra for someone – it makes the difference." The former One Direction hitmaker went on to add: "There are old people, and I promise you that they don't stand a chance against you.

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