Harry Styles and Elton John pay tribute to Queen Elizabeth during their concerts

Harry Styles took a break to honor the late monarch during his final show at Madison Square Garden.
“From my homeland there is some very sad news today,” Styles told the crowd Thursday night, before leading the audience to a round of applause.

“Thank you, Madison Square Garden,” he said.

Styles’ fellow Brit, Elton John, also paid tribute to Queen Elizabeth with kind words during her concert in Toronto.

“I’m 75 and she’s been with me all my life, and I’m very sad that she’s not with me anymore, but I’m glad she’s at peace,” John told the crowd. “I’m glad she’s resting, and she deserves it. She’s worked really hard.”

Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II died Thursday at the age of 96, ending a reign that spanned seven decades.