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Harry Styles 'concerned' after shootings close to his gigs, claims expert

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READ MORE: Harry Styles concert cancelled after gunman opens fire in nearby shopping mallIt came just days after a gunman opened fire at an LGBTQ+ bar in Oslo days before Harry's performance, which has now been confirmed as a terror attack.Now, leading psychologist Aaron Surtees has spoken exclusively about how Harry might be feeling after the incidents.He said: "As someone who is passionate about speaking openly regarding sexuality and the LGBTQ+ community, Harry must be absolutely devastated about last night’s horrific shooting in the same building he was due to perform in."His team will be protecting and looking after him very closely at this time."Harry is known for being very considerate and caring and I am sure his first thoughts will be on his fans and the general public caught up in such a distressing and concerning situation."Aaron continued: "Internally, Harry must be suffering and also concerned for his personal safety (which is a natural reaction), as well as that of his fans, especially to take the step and pull his concert at such short notice."He uses strong expressive words such as 'heartbroken' and 'devastation' to describe the hurt he is feeling at this time. "His first thoughts are with the victims and their families but internally it can be understandable he may be feeling shocked and experiencing a physical reaction.

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