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‘Watermelon Sugar’ is about ‘female orgasm’

'Watermelon Sugar' is about 'female orgasm'

Harry Styles finally admitted that his 2019 song “Watermelon Sugar” is about “the female orgasm” during a performance in Nashville on Friday.

“This song is about … it doesn’t really matter what it’s about. It’s about, uh, the sweetness of life,” the “Adore You” singer, 27, told the audience, according to a video posted to Twitter.

He then conceded, “It’s also about the female orgasm, but that’s totally different. It’s not really relevant.”

Lyrics to the Grammy-winning hit include, “I just want to taste it” and “It’s so wonderful and warm.”

The admission comes after years of Styles playing coy about the song’s subject.

Following the track’s release, “Beats 1” DJ Zane Lowe asked the former One Direction member whether the lyrics were about “the joys of mutually appreciated oral pleasure,” to which he responded, “Is that what it’s about? I don’t know.”

Months later, Styles continued to shy away from discussing the meaning behind the song.

“It’s kind of about that initial, I guess, euphoria of when you start seeing someone or sleeping with someone or just like being around someone and you have that kind of excitement about them,” he said during his “Tiny Desk Concert” performance on NPR.

Styles initially made a splash with the song’s music video debut, in which the artist was seen biting into juicy slices of watermelon as men and women surrounded him on the beach.

The crooner is currently on his “Love on Tour.” As Page Six exclusively reported, his 37-year-old girlfriend, Olivia Wilde, was seen fangirling over Styles as she him on the road during a show in Las Vegas last month.


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