Louis Tomlinson Says He Was ‘P***ed Off’ With Euphoria Harry Styles Sex Scene
In the episode, Zendaya's character Rue narrated some graphic fan-fiction about 'Larry Stylinson', the fictional romance between bandmates Harry Styles and Louis Tomlinson.
At the time, many fans wrote on social media to condemn the 'disrespectful' scene, but it seems it also left Tomlinson pretty rattled, too.
In an interview with the Guardian, the singer was asked about the strange conspiracy theory about he and Styles being involved in a secret relationship.
Tomlinson said: "I know, culturally, it's interesting, but I'm just a bit tired of it."
Addressing the specific animated scene from Euphoria, Tomlinson admitted he felt frustrated.
He said: "Again, I get the cultural intention behind that. But I think...It just felt a little bit...No, I'm not going to lie, I was p***ed off.
"It annoyed me that a big company would get behind it."
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It's not the first time Tomlinson has addressed the matter, having previously referred to theories such as a relationship with Styles as 'the biggest load of bulls*** I've ever heard' on Twitter.
Speaking to The Sun, he also said: "When it first came around I was with Eleanor, and it actually felt a little bit disrespectful to Eleanor, who is my girlfriend now. I'm so protective over things like that, about the people I love.
"It created this atmosphere between the two of us where everyone was looking into everything we did. It took away the vibe you get off anyone. It made everything, I think on both fences, a little bit more unapproachable."
Actor Barbie Ferreira, who plays Kat Hernandez in Euphoria, has also spoken out about the controversial scene from the series.
In an interview with Hollywood Reporter, she was asked about the fact that her character Kat created the 'Larry Stylinson' popular fan fiction, and how it all came about.
She explained: "When I first read the script, that was the first thing that popped out to me because I can relate to that as a 22-year-old woman who lived through the One Direction age.
"It's such a reality for so many people, and so many children and teens that are fans just have this escapist world.
"You completely give yourself to this persona of a person you don't even know, or five guys, and imaging the way they interact the escaping from your own reality.
"It's really interesting to me because I was definitely a part of that, where I wanted to escape my own life and focus on others because it was easier and felt more meaningful."
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