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Harry Styles new track Medicine is hailed as a ‘bisexual anthem’

He explained in an interview last year that he doesn’t want to put a label on his sexuality.

But fans have hailed Harry Styles’ new track Medicine as a ‘bisexual anthem’, thanks to a line referring to his messing around with boys and girls.

The One Direction star performed the unreleased track on his current European tour, prompting a rush of comments on Twitter about the telling lyrics.  

Telling lyrics? Harry Styles’ new track Medicine has been hailed by fans as a ‘bisexual anthem’, thanks to a line referring to his messing around with boys and girls

Harry, 24, sings in Medicine: ‘The boys and the girls are in, I’ll mess around with them, and I’m OK with it.’

Harry performed the track in front of his Victoria’s Secret girlfriend Camille Row, and his mum Anne, at a concert at AccorHotels Arena in Paris on Tuesday night.

Fans flooded Twitter with praise for the song, with many devotees calling Medicine ‘a bisexual anthem’.

One Twitter user wrote: ‘Is Medicine Harry Styles’s come out song?’ 

Sing it! The One Direction star performed the unreleased track on his current European tour, prompting a rush of comments on Twitter about the telling lyrics

Sing it! The One Direction star performed the unreleased track on his current European tour, prompting a rush of comments on Twitter about the telling lyrics

Fan response: Fans flooded Twitter with praise for the song, with many devotees calling Medicine 'a bisexual anthem'

Fan response: Fans flooded Twitter with praise for the song, with many devotees calling Medicine ‘a bisexual anthem’

Last year Harry, who has had past romances with the likes of Taylor Swift and Kendall Jenner, told The Sun that he doesn’t want to define his sexuality, explaining:   

‘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.’

In 2013, Styles shot down rumours that he was bisexual in an interview with British GQ, saying: 

‘I try not to overthink too much. I don’t really talk about it I guess. The rollercoaster affects different people in different ways.’

Coming out? Last year Harry, who has had past romances with the likes of Taylor Swift and Kendall Jenner, told The Sun that he doesn't want to define his sexuality

Coming out? Last year Harry, who has had past romances with the likes of Taylor Swift and Kendall Jenner, told The Sun that he doesn’t want to define his sexuality

‘One of the ways that helps me dealing with that is compartmentalising between working,’ he shared. ‘All that stuff for me, is just a different thing.’

Harry has been linked to VS model Camille Rowe since August, with the couple spotted on a number of outings since – including a sushi date in Los Angeles a month ago.

Harry is even said to have introduced Camille to his family over the Christmas period.

In the audience: Harry has been linked to VS model Camille Rowe since August, with the beauty reportedly in the Paris audience this week 

In the audience: Harry has been linked to VS model Camille Rowe since August, with the beauty reportedly in the Paris audience this week 

A source told The Sun: ‘Camille’s come along at exactly the right point in Harry’s life. He’s had plenty of fun but seems to be content hanging out with her. They get on great.

‘She’s laid back and cool, plus she’s been really supportive of his career. The relationship is still fairly relaxed, he’s hardly at the stage where they see each other every day.

‘But Camille has also bonded with his sister Gemma and best pal Lou Teasdale, which is hugely important to Harry.’

News of the Sign Of The Times singer’s relationship with Camille came just one month after he parted ways with food blogger Tess Ward. 

Staying coy: The 1D star told The Sun last year about labelling 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'

Staying coy: The 1D star told The Sun last year about labelling 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’



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