Harry Styles joins our checklist with an excessively contemporary, very awkward interview with BBC 1 Radio – neatly, awkward for him, for us it used to be fairly pleasant.
If you did not consider again in 2012, Harry Styles and Taylor Swift had been an merchandise. And even if Taylor is famously recognized for writing heartbreak songs about her exes, it used to be Harry Styles who took the mic to talk about their courting. The lyrics of Two Ghosts, one of the tracks in his new solo album, says: “Same lips red, same eyes blue; Same white shirt, couple more tattoos”.
Harry’s fanatics had been 99% positive the track used to be about Taylor, however in spite of everything host Nick Grimshaw used to be daring sufficient to invite for them: “What is this song about?”
“I think it’s pretty, like, self-explanatory,” an uncomfortable Harry mentioned, transferring in his seat. “I think, y’know it’s about sometimes things change and you can do all the same things… and sometimes it’s just different, y’know?”
The host went on two play the monitor announcing: “OK, here we go. The one about Taylor Swift”. And Harry screamed: “Aaah noooo!”.