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Is it possible to be thirsty over a squid?
If so, Harry Styles fans have hit a new low! This is all thanks to the singer’s newest music video for “Music for a Sushi Restaurant,” in which Styles transforms into a washed-up half-man, half-squid merman who sings for his life in order to not become chopped sashimi behind the sushi counter.
There are pearls! There are feather boas! There are plenty of uncomfortable close-up shots of fish being sliced and (erotically?) squeezed onto cutting boards!
Naturally, the music video has sent Twitter into a fever pitch. “That has to be the weirdest yet most harry music video i’ve ever watched,” one fan reflected. “I AM NOT into squids like that,” another fan declared. “But if harry turned into a squid and i knew that the squid was harry and not actually a squid. well. who’s to say.”
Who is to say, indeed? Ahead, the 13 funniest Twitter reactions to Styles’s newfound tentacles.
While speaking with Better Homes & Gardens earlier this year, Styles opened up about the behind-the-scenes process of creating his third album, Harry’s House.
“It sounds like the biggest, and the most fun, but it’s by far the most intimate,” he said of the project, which he started working on after taking a six-week hiatus from music during the outbreak of the pandemic.
He later said of the commercial pressures to make music, “It doesn’t feel like my life is over if this album isn’t a commercial success. … I just want to make stuff that is right, that is fun, in terms of the process, that I can be proud of for a long time, that my friends can be proud of, that my family can be proud of, that my kids will be proud of one day.”
On the theme of home, he added, “I realized that that home feeling isn’t something that you get from a house; it’s more of an internal thing. You realize that when you stop for a minute.”
Chelsey Sanchez is an Associate Editor at HarpersBAZAAR.com, where she covers pop culture, politics, and social movements.