Well, this is sure to give One Direction fans a lot of hope.
The British boy band recently appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show to promote their new album, Made in the A.M., when they played a pretty revealing game of "Never Have I Ever." One of the biggest takeaways from the segment? Harry Styles admitted he's hooked up with a fan before.
While Liam Payne, Louis Tomlinson, and Niall Horan all said they haven't, a bashful Harry held up his "I have" paddle. "I think mine's broken," he quipped.
Yet, the personal question wasn't actually the most awkward part of the game. Harry was even more shy when Ellen prompted, "Never have I ever had someone write a song about me," obviously directed at Harry being the inspiration for his ex-girlfriend Taylor Swift's "1989" album. After Harry put up his "I have never" paddle, Ellen swiftly called him out.
"We're not going to play if you're going to lie," Ellen deadpanned, before turning his paddle around for him.
Of course, Ellen also had to ask about Zayn Malik's headline-making departure, but the boys remained tight-lipped.
"I think we kind of had a feeling you know," Louis commented, before Harry burst out laughing.
"You can cut the tension in here with a knife," he smiled. "Let's make some jokes!"
ET caught up with the band earlier this month, when they were much more candid about losing a band member.
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"I think in any field of work when you lose someone on your team, obviously it's hard, but the positive take on the situation is we felt we definitely got closer as a group," Louis told ET exclusively. "We sat down and spoke about it -- this is something we all still want to do, so in the end we actually bonded together tighter, I think."
"Zayn did have different musical tastes, so that's fine," he added.