Tuesday, 18 April 2017

Harry Styles Finally Discusses Taylor Swift In Rolling Stone Magazine

Have to give him credit....

He actually talks about it!!

Harry Styles is continuing the build up to his debut solo album by sitting down with 'Rolling Stone' magazine. In the article, Harry talks about One Direction, what he sees from his solo career....

And ex-girlfriend Taylor Swift!!

Harry has long avoided conversation about their romance and Taylor's writing about him in her songs, but he opens right up in this new interview.

The singer/actor was a tad cheeky about answering at first when the subject came up:

"I gotta pee first. This might be a long one," 

"Actually, you can say, 'He went for a pee and never came back.' "

Finally though, Harry dives right in, talking about seeing the now infamous photos of him and Taylor on their date in Central Park: 

"When I see photos from that day, I think: Relationships are hard, at any age. And adding in that you don't really understand exactly how it works when you're 18, trying to navigate all that stuff didn't make it easier. I mean, you're a little bit awkward to begin with. You're on a date with someone you really like. It should be that simple, right? It was a learning experience for sure. But at the heart of it – I just wanted it to be a normal date."

Of course, Harry also acknowledges the songs Taylor's written about their romance: 

"I mean, I don't know if they're about me or not ..." he says, attempting gallant discretion, "but the issue is, she's so good, they're bloody everywhere." 

"I write from my experiences; everyone does that. I'm lucky if everything [we went through] helped create those songs. That's what hits your heart. That's the stuff that's hardest to say, and it's the stuff I talk least about. That's the part that's about the two people. I'm never going to tell anybody everything."

And then the question: 

Does he have anything he'd like to say to her now? 

"Maybe this is where you write down that I left!" 

"I don't know,"

"Certain things don't work out. There's a lot of things that can be right, and it's still wrong. In writing songs about stuff like that, I like tipping a hat to the time together. You're celebrating the fact it was powerful and made you feel something, rather than 'this didn't work out, and that's bad.' And if you run into that person, maybe it's awkward, maybe you have to get drunk ... but you shared something. Meeting someone new, sharing those experiences, it's the best shit ever. So thank you."

You can read the whole interview HERE, and check out more photos below: 

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