Harry Styles hires former pizza shop worker

Calvin Saunders
May 13, 2017

Fans are convinced that the British singer's song "Two Ghosts" is about his former love, after they got a sneak peek at the lyrics in a promo clip for Harry's upcoming documentary Behind the Album.

Does Harry Styles' new album, Harry Styles, include a song about Taylor Swift? Styles' response? A hearty scream.

"I think it's pretty self-explanatory, right?"

In recent interviews, Styles has said that lines like that one have meanings and intentions that go beyond heartbreak. When Grimshaw pushed a little further for an answer, all Styles could do was call for his manager, Jeffrey Azoff. Once the song picks up, he floats and then soars and doesn't come back down. Help me, Jeffry... 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.

But Styles doesn't quite have the poise (or the voice) to convincingly carry off the rock-god act just yet.

You can stream Styles' debut solo on Apple Music and purchase it on iTunes.

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Harry Styles and Tess Ward has been recently spotted in public, when the couple was seen on the weekend driving somewhere in north London. "It was one of the best times I've had in my life".

Describing the crew as "wonderful people", he said: "My favourite part about playing with this band is that I never really felt repressed, I never felt like I was faking it".

The mere fact that "kiwi" is also a colloquialism for a New Zealander alone, made me think twice about this possible tell-all having some truth to it. "I thought it was gonna be a cover for the first 3 seconds".

Toward the end of their chat, Grimshaw mentioned that Liam Payne would be in Styles' exact spot the following week, as Payne's first solo single is set to drop May 19.

"I mean, I don't know if they're about me or not", he told Cameron Crowe, adding: "but the issue is, she's so good, they're b****y everywhere".

"I think it would've been unusual to not acknowledge what was going on at all", he continued.

Other reports by MaliBehiribAe

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