Every time Taylor Swift dates a guy people are always interested in whether or not he is going to be "the one" or just be another subject in the popular singer's new breakup song. So when the "Wildest Dream" hitmaker was spotted with Harry Styles, both fans and critics were excited. Unfortunately, just like other T-Swift romances, it headed to Splitsville. Now, the One Direction has opened up about their failed relationship. Although the duo's romance didn't last long, it quickly gathered a lot of attention, making it one of T-Swift's most talked about relationships.

Harry talks about T-Swift romance with Rolling Stone

During the interview, Harry Styles talked candidly about his whirlwind romance with Taylor Swift. The singer did not seem to try to dodge the bullet, but instead faced the questions about his famous ex and revealed that it was hard for him to deal since he was pretty young and did not know how to handle dating in the public eye. Despite their failed relationship, Harry has nothing but nice things to say about the experience.

"Certain things don't work out. There's a lot of things that can be right, and it's still wrong," he shared. "In writing songs about stuff like that, I like tipping a hat to the time together You're celebrating the fact it was powerful and made you feel something, rather than 'this didn't work out, and that's bad.'"

Harry hints One Direction's hiatus may not be permanent

Harry Styles also opened up to the magazine about everything from the direction he wanted to take with his own music, as well as where things are at with One Direction.

Apparently, it was the 1D heartthrob's idea initially to take the break, stating that he did not want to exhaust their fans. The star believes that their fan base deserves more than watching four extremely physically drained guys going on tour.

Liam Payne, Louis Tomlinson, and Niall Horan obviously agreed with Harry Styles and the band has been on hiatus since 2015. Styles, however, did not rule out the possibility of ending the hiatus, "I love the band and I would never rule out anything in the future," he said.