So let's dive right on in, shall we?
On Monday, Louis opened up in a candid interview with Andy Cohen's radio show, Radio Andy, but fans seemed to still find ways to poke holes in all of his stories.
The below fan post from @fluffyyorkshirepudding points out all the topics of conversation that seem to be ~questionable~.
"The fans think my girlfriend is employed. That's pretty crazy, right?" Louis suggested to Andy after he asked him about the #Larry conspiracy.
You can see that the 'E' tattoo Louis supposedly got in tribute of his girlfriend, isn't there in the BTS photoshoot pic. Interesting, and V shady.
Was it photoshop, or just a lighting fail???
Anyway, it promoted Andy to say that Louis must be ready for marriage, in which Louis answered that it would probably be an option for him in the future, but for now, no.
Well, fans were speculative of that too reminding everyone that only a couple of weeks ago on Eleanor's birthday, he took her to a famous gay bar in Amsterdam, while flipping her off on Snapchat.
That screams romance, doesn't it?
When Andy asked about some themes of Louis' new album, he assumed his son, Freddie, would be a main feature.
But it wasn't that surprising to fans when he answered with: "Loosely... there's kind of certain references to it, but I feel like I'm also not really at that stage of my life for writing... parenting is very new to me and I'm still learning as I go... I haven't really lived it yet."
Those comments, mixed with the fact that he has been a father for 18 months but hasn't really spent a lot of time with him, adds fuel to the fire of fans believing that Freddie isn't even his son.
Have you ever met a celebrity that lives a more confusing life?!?!?!?!!??!?!?! Because we haven't.
Regardless of all that fan speculation, one thing is certain: Us, and the entire fandom are BEYOND keen to hear his new music. Raise your hand pls if you've had "Back To You" on repeat since its release.