With the release of his second solo album Fine Line on 13th December drawing ever closer, Harry Styles has been teasing fans about what we can expect, tweeting cryptic messages before finally releasing the track list.
But now he's dropped an even bigger bombshell, revealing that his ex-girlfriend's voice actually features on one of the songs. Talk about being on good terms with your ex...
Sitting down for an almost one-hour long chat with Zane Lowe for Apple Music, Harry opened up a lot more than he has done in the past, talking about times he's struggled with feeling "miserable", dealing with fame at such a young age, as well as shedding light on past relationships.
One of the biggest revelations from the interview was that his new song 'Cherry' had some input from his ex-girlfriend. When Zane Lowe asked "who's speaking at the end" of the song, Harry responded saying, "that's my ex-girlfriend."
Harry added, "When we listened back to the album, I asked her to add it in. I think she liked [the song.] ‘Cherry' is about… I wanted it to reflect how I felt then. I was feeling not great. It’s all about being not great."
While Harry didn't say the name of his ex-girlfriend, people think he's talking about model Camille Rowe, who he reportedly dated between 2017 and 2018, with eagle-eyed fans spotting that 'Cherry' is a combination of the names Camille and Harry.
Fans also have a theory that Harry's new song 'Watermelon Sugar' is about Camille too, with Camille saying in an interview in 2017 that her favourite book is Watermelon Sugar by Richard Brautigan.
So many clues, so little answers. Hopefully, once Fine Line is released next month, all will be revealed.
H/T Cosmo UK