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2014-11-17 18:05

London - Harry Styles has once again implied he would be happy dating men.

The One Direction singer recently suggested he may be bisexual and has added weight to those claims by telling fellow members of the group not to dismiss the idea until they've tried it themselves.

Harry, 20, gave an interview to The Sun on Sunday in which he and Niall Horan, 21, were asked about dating men, to which Harry responded: "Hey, don't knock it 'til you try it."

Last week, the band - which also includes Liam Payne, Louis Tomlinson and Zayn Malik - were all asked about the traits they look for in a potential partner.

Liam was quick to say: "Female, it's a good trait."

However, Harry quickly replied by saying it's not "that important".

(Harry Styles. Getty Images)

Meanwhile, Harry's former girlfriend Taylor Swift has revealed she gave up on men because she wanted people to focus more on her music.

The pair were dating until early 2013, and Taylor, 24, admits she didn't like being in the headlines for her love life.

The Shake It Off hitmaker told Us Weekly: "It broke my heart! I was selling out stadiums and it was all people talked about."

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