Harry Styles’ Debut Album Is Here: Did The One Direction Star Just Admit His Song ‘Two Ghosts’ Is About Taylor Swift?
Harry Styles‘ self-titled album is finally out for all to hear.
And while we tune in to hear Harry’s emotional rock ballads and husky vocals, one question on everyone’s lips is which song is about former flame Taylor Swift?
Rumours are circulating that ‘Two Ghosts’ is the track we need to skip to if we want to hear Styles’ reminisce over his romance with the ‘Shake It Off’ star.
But Harry may have just given the game away himself.
When asked directly by BBC Radio 1 host, Nick Grimshaw, if the song is about Swift, the 23-year old’s reaction said it all.
Grimmy, who hosts the breakfast show, introduced the song, saying,
“Here’s the one about Taylor Swift.”
To which Harry shouted “oh no!”, before joking, “I’m going to Capital”, one of the radio show’s competitors.
The slow, guitar-filled track speaks about a girl with blue eyes and red lips.
And it also has remnants of Taylor’s own song ‘Style’ when Harry mentions his white T-shirt and tattoos.
"Here we go, the one about Taylor Swift!" pic.twitter.com/O8XCYrt4z4
— best harry pics (@thestylespics) May 12, 2017
Harry certainly didn’t deny that the album track is about ex-girlfriend Taylor.
In fact, he fuelled the rumour even further by saying “I think it’s pretty self-explanatory”.
He then turned to his rep, mouthing the words “help me” before the song was played.
But despite everyone speculating whether his exes, from Kendall Jenner to Caroline Flack, do play a part in his debut album, Harry is now smitten with a new girl.
He’s reportedly hooking up with London-based model and chef, Tess Ward.
The blondie has officially taken the One Direction heartthrob off the market.
The pair are thought to have met through mutual friends, and instantly hit it off.
Harry’s album is now out worldwide, but will it have the same number one success as his debut single ‘Sign of the Times’?
He recently opened up about his solo work saying,
“When we started, I didn’t know what it was going to sound like, or what I wanted it to sound like.”
“I wanted to see if I could write something that people liked, without knowing everything about me.”