"The boys and the girls are here/ I mess around with him/ And I'm OK with it", Styles can be heard singing on a clip from the concert one fan shared with Twitter last night (below).
This week, Styles debuted a song called "Medicine" in concert, telling attendees that the track was one of the songs that was written for-but ultimately didn't make it onto-his 2017 self-titled debut record.
"The boys and girls are here, I mess 'round a bit, and I'm okay with it", he sings on the track, which many are seeing as confirmation of his bisexuality. So he's addressed it instead in his own way on his own terms - through his own song.
But just past year he said he didn't feel the need to label himself.
"It's tough to justify somebody having to answer to someone else about stuff like that".More news: Wife of Nobel laureate Negishi found dead in IL
He has also always been a supporter of LGBT rights, having performed with a rainbow flag draped over his microphone past year during his ongoing solo tour.
However, Olympic figure skater Adam Rippon seemed skeptical of the internet's voracity in labeling Styles bisexual.
Harry Styles surprised fans with two new songs recently, and fans think one of them may be pretty personal. Though nothing was made explicit regarding Styles' sexuality, the album art did seem to evoke a more vulnerable, delicate tone than many expected. Fan packages included an exclusive Polaroid Book consisting of grainy but cozy looking polaroids of Harry and his supporting band, guitar picks, wristbands, hoodies, and several other new additions to his collection of merchandise, most items emblazoned with a phrase now common to the fandom: Treat People With Kindness.
"He wants us to know that he knows that we know and what his [sic] the reality". When the British hit maker previously sang the song, he sort of mumbled through this part, leaving many fans confused about the lyric.