Harry Styles has previously said he didn't want label his sexuality, but fans think the ex-One Direction singer may have just addressed being bisexual in new song 'Medicine', and they're here for it.
Debuting the track during the Paris date of his European Tour on Tuesday [13 March], Harry sang, "The boys and the girls are in, I'll mess around with them, and I'm OK with it."
And while nobody should feel like their sexuality is being speculated about or is the centre of celebrity gossip, a number of fans have taken to Twitter to celebrate what they're calling the "bisexual anthem", and praise Harry for feeling comfortable, happy and open.
One fan wrote, "Harry f--king Styles really is out here screaming the lyrics "The boys and girls are here, I mess around a bit, and I'm okay with it." 'Medicine' is a bisexual anthem and we really out here loving a queer man [sic]".
Another added, "When you listen to Harry Styles' new song 'Medicine' and your bi heart explodes a lil (a lot)", while a third commented, "Remember @Harry_Styles has previously said that he doesn't want to give himself a label and we must respect that. At the same time, I love the fact that Medicine is a bisexual anthem. I can relate and many others can too. Thank you, H [sic]".
In an interview with The Sun in 2017, Harry said of defining his sexuality, "I've never felt the need to really. No… I don't feel like it's something I've ever felt like I have to explain about myself."
"I try not to overthink too much", he added to GQ. "I don't really talk about it I guess. The rollercoaster affects different people in different ways. One of the ways that helps me dealing with that is compartmentalising between working. All that stuff for me, is just a different thing."
SOURCE: Cosmopolitan UK