Saturday, 13th May 2017: Harry Styles didn’t have to say a word—we could tell by his reaction that his ex-girlfriend Taylor Swift had a little something to do with his song “Two Ghosts.”
Fans have speculated that the song is about Styles’ romance with Swift ever since Apple Music released a teaser for a behind the music feature on May 9, 2017 about the former One Direction member’s first solo album.
Lyrics for the song certainly seem to hint that Styles’ former relationship with Swift is the subject of the new tune. “Same lips red, same eyes blue/ Same white shirt, couple more tattoos,” Styles croons, “But it’s not you, and it’s not me.” Definitely sounds likes Styles might be referencing the music video for Swift’s own song, “Style,” which has long been rumored to be about her history with the 23-year-old.
But now, finally, someone’s asked Styles point-blank about his inspiration for the song. In a May 12, 2017 interview with BBC 1 Radio’s The Breakfast Show with host Nick “Grimmie” Grimshaw, Styles was asked if the song was indeed about Swift, and Styles clearly wasn’t prepared to answer.
As Grimshaw continued asking, Styles appeared nervous, squirming around in his chair and looking at his manager, Jeffrey Azamoff, off-camera. “Help me, Jeffrey!” he begged at one point.
But Azamoff didn’t offer any help. Instead, Styles pulled himself together for a quick answer, saying, “I think, you know, it’s about sometimes things change and you can be, you know, do all the same things, and sometimes it’s just different. You know?”
“2017 philosopher, London, England,” he joked.
As to be expected, Grimshaw soon introduced the song on his show, referring to it as “the one about Taylor Swift,” prompting Styles to exclaim, “Ahh, no!”
Harry Styles appears on our new cover. Head to RollingStone.com to read the story in full. In the feature, the One Direction member opens up to Cameron Crowe about his new sound, his social media presence, Taylor Swift and more. “Every decision I’ve made since 16 was made in a democracy,” he says. “I felt it was about time to make a decision—and I shouldn’t rely on others.” Photograph by Theo Wenner (@theo123456)
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