Harry Styles’ performance at tonight’s BRIT Awards will go ahead following the death of his ex girlfriend Caroline Flack.
The singer, 26, will perform at the star-studded ceremony at London’s O2 Arena on Tuesday night after reportedly being “deeply effected” by the tragic news of Caroline’s suicide.
A source told Daily Star Online: “Despite the tragic news which will have effected him deeply, Harry's booking for the BRIT Awards has not changed.
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“He will perform during the show as planned.”
It comes after Harry’s mum, Anne Twist, shared a tearjerking tribute to Caroline on Saturday, just hours after the tragic news was announced.
Anne took to Instagram to share a poem with her 1.7million followers, which read: "How lonely must you feel, to think that must be done, to feel there is no love, to support you through.
"How must your heart ache, to feel so all alone, the public face; the private face, both vulnerable.
"The mask we all wear, outside where skies are open, in view of others eyes, opinions words and cruelty.
"Unmasked and alone, black hole surrounds, no shoulder or heart, enough to take the pain."
She captioned the emotional post with a broken heart emoji, adding: "May you have found your peace," before tagging the star.
Caroline and the former One Direction star dated briefly in 2011 after meeting when she hosted The Xtra Factor.
Writing in her autobiography, Storm in a C Cup, published in 2015, Caroline said of their romance: "I already knew that he had a crush on me, he's made it pretty obvious as he's said it in magazines and said it to friends.
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"I've never felt I was much older than Harry. I still feel 18 and I probably act that way half the time. Although it was just a bit of fun we decided it was best to keep it to ourselves as we were both working for Simon Cowell.
"It began to go wrong when he was pictured coming out of my house one morning.
"And that was that. In the street people started shouting 'paedophile' at me in the street and 'pervert'."
Caroline's family confirmed her death in a statement on Saturday evening, writing in a statement: "We can confirm that our Caroline passed away today on the 15th February.
"We would ask that the press respect the privacy of the family at this difficult time."
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