Harry Styles and Taylor Swift were a thing - so we were totally expecting one of his new songs to be about his ex, and it looks like Two Ghosts is.
Radio 1's Nick Grimshaw had the balls to ask Harry whether Ghosts was written about Taylor, and it was awkward AF.
Today, Nick started by explaining how fans of the One Directioner had spotted handwritten lyrics in a video about Harry recording his album.
They referred to "Same lips, red. Same eyes, blue" which many took to refer to Swift's song 'Style' - long rumoured to be about Hazza.
"I think it's pretty, like, self-explanatory," an uncomfortable Harry said, shifting 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?"
Not sure we do, y'know Harry? Anyone else?
He jokingly added: "2017, philosopher, London."
Nick - who's also Harry's pal - then cut the conversation short by introducing the track with: "So here we go, the one about Taylor Swift" to which Styles screamed "ahhhh, oh no".
Thank you, Nick!
Earlier this week, Harry performed some of his new tracks.
The former One Direction star performed for NBC's Today Show to promote his solo album, and his new single 'Sign of the Times'.
Earlier this week he revealed his 'Sign of the Times' music video.
Watch as Harry flies high, sporting a never-been-seen-before moustache...
When shooting the vid in Isle of Skye, Harry flew over 1,550 feet high in the air - taller than both the Empire State Building in New York City and the Shard in London - while suspended by a helicopter rig.
Harry's self-titled debut album is out now, and the 10-track album is available at . We love it!
'Sign of the Times' was first played on the Radio 1 Breakfast Show with Nick Grimshaw on April 7, where Harry also opened up about his personal life. "I haven’t dated in a long time really because I went away to do the movie then did the album. I have a couple of candles left still though."
He even spoke about his friendship with fellow Brit superstars Adele and Ed Sheeran. “I’ve spoken to [Adele] a little bit, she knows one of the guys that I wrote [my music] with a lot...I just like how she does stuff. I think she leads by example, she’s the biggest, she’s amazing, she’s the best so she should be the biggest. The thing with her is she’s a different thing, she’s just good at it, I like how she does everything, it looks very nice. For my 21st she gave me one of her albums ‘21’ and said, 'I did some pretty cool stuff when I was 21, good luck' and I was like geez.”
"[Ed] is one of the most talented dudes I know. I played him a few songs after the album was finished. I didn’t see him for a bit because I was away. He didn’t say that he didn’t like any, but he did like one song that isn’t on the album. So I did have a bit of a minute of like hmmm…”
Earlier this year, the One Direction star reportedly signed a solo record deal worth a whopping $80 million.
Among his many talents, Harry also has serious songwriting skills. He co-wrote Ariana Grande's 2014 single 'Just a Little Bit of Your Heart', as well as the 1D tracks 'Perfect', 'Where Do Broken Hearts Go' and 'Stockholm Syndrome'. Many of the tracks on the new album are said to have been written by the man himself.