Fans Convinced Harry Styles Comes Out as Bisexual in New Song 'Medicine'
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Many are convinced that the One Direction member is bisexual after listening to him singing, 'The boys and the girls are here, I mess around with them.'

AceShowbiz - Harry Styles is known for playing coy when asked about his sexuality, but it looks like he may have dropped a hint about the topic through his new single "Medicine". The British singer debuted the song at his Switzerland show, but fans only noticed the hint when he performed it at his show in Paris on Tuesday night, March 13.

A concertgoer shared on Twitter a clip of Harry singing particular lyrics which made fans convinced that he is bisexual. "The boys and the girls are here, I mess around with them/ And I'm okay with it/ I'm coming down/ I figured out I kinda like it, and when I sleep I'm gonna dream of how you tasted," Harry sang in the clip.

While Harry hasn't commented on the inspiration behind the song, fans on Twitter have labeled the song as a "bisexual anthem," with U.S. gold medal-winning Olympic figure skater Adam Rippon weighing in as well. "And just like that, my skin is clear, my my vision is corrected, and I'm suddenly bisexual," he tweeted.

Even fellow singer Troye Sivan, who is openly gay, expressed his excitement of the lyrics to the song. "The lyrics of Medicine by @Harry_Styles have me," he wrote, adding a crazy face, dizzy face and money-mouth face emojis.

"harry styles jus confirmed he's bisexual n it's over for y'all I need my bisexuals to make sumn f***in noise," one fan wrote. Another gushed, "harry styles is out there writing bisexual anthems and wearing soft, feminine clothes and breaking gender roles I am proud to be his fan."

Meanwhile, one fan noted another part of the song which found the One Direction member singing, "Treat you like a gentleman." The said fan wrote, "Why is no one discussing the line 'Treat you like a gentleman'? That's a line definitely NOT open to interpretation, ifyouknowwhatimean."

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