You wouldn't be mistaken for thinking that musicians like Harry Styles have it all; dashing good looks, the adoration of women all around the globe, and all the other effluvia that comes hand-in-hand with fame.
Being among the top one per cent, however, does come with its drawbacks. There's the incessant tabloid speculation about everything from your purported love life to your sartorial choices and, of course, it can't be too pleasant having the paparazzi in your face while you're standing in the grocery store, unkempt, trying to decide between soy or almond milk.
Such is the reality of former One Direction member and bona fide heartthrob, Harry Styles. The 24-year-old's relationship status has been the subject of intense scrutiny since he first shot to fame as a contestant on the X-Factor back in 2010. But now, it's his sexuality that has been called into question.
As Harry Styles wraps up the European leg of his solo tour, audiences are being treated to a whole horde of new songs by the pop singer. And in one particular single, it appears that Harry has finally addressed his much debated sexuality.
During Tuesday night's show in Paris, Harry debuted a leftover from sessions for his album called Medicine, and it got his fans in quite a tizzy.
A clip of the song which has been circulating online sees Harry crooning, "The boys and the girls are here/ I mess around with him/ And I'm OK with it."
He later adds, "I’m coming down, I figured out I kinda like it, and when I sleep I’m gonna dream of how you tasted."
Fans of the former One Directioner are now hailing the song as a bisexual anthem, and have praised Harry online for embracing issues related to sexuality in his songwriting.
"This is the new bi anthem, thank you Harry Styles," one Twitter user wrote while another corroborated "Soooooooo Medicine by Harry Styles is that one bi anthem I was waiting for my whole life If we don't get that track on his next album I am suing his record label."
"Not to be dramatic but Medicine by Harry Styles just saved 2018," a third person wrote.
Styles' sexuality has been a contentious talking point for many of his fans, and some have even questioned his longstanding friendship with DJ Nick Grimshaw. Before the release of his eponymous debut album last year, he evasively addressed the rumours for the first time, saying that he's "never felt the need" to label his own sexuality.
And talking to The Sun about Miley Cyrus' pansexuality, Harry stated "Being in a creative field, it's important to be progressive. People doing stuff like that is great."
"It's weird for me – everyone should just be who they want to be. It's tough to justify somebody having to answer to someone else about stuff like that."