Fans Are Losing Their Mind Over Lauren Jauregui’s New Single Because It Just Might Be About An Ex-Girlfriend
Lauren Jauregui’s new single is here and you won’t be able to stop listening to it.
Lauren Jauregui has gifted the world another collab single, this time with Halsey and people are losing their minds over the song. The single is called “Strangers” and deals with the very common topic of heartbreak and a relationship that has ended. However, what fans are most excited about is the use of pronouns that Jauregui and Halsey are using. They aren’t singing about the man who got away. They are singing about the woman who got away. This EDM track is something that you could imagine listening to in the desert during a music festival just as the sun is setting while you and your friends dance into the night.
Halsey has already teased us with a “hint” of what might be the music video.
— h (@halsey) May 26, 2017
OMG! This looks like a total brawl. What team will you choose?
Lauren Jauregui is clearly very happy with how fans are reacting to the newest, non-Fifth Harmony single.
And huge thankyou @halsey for having me on it❤ so amazing to be on something so special☺
— Lauren Jauregui (@LaurenJauregui) May 26, 2017
Fans are lit right now as they get themselves familiarized with the song.
— Alexis Dent (@alexisdent) May 26, 2017
Like, if you can get Voldemort to dance, you must be doing something right.
Meanwhile, some people are coming to the realization that they love this duo.
I'm actually obsessed with this Halsey and Lauren Jauregui song. Am I stanning Halsey? I need to lie down.
— Ira Madison III (@ira) May 26, 2017
One fan is giving people advice on what to do if you have some haters trying to harsh your Jauregui-induced, LGBTQ jam sesh.
If anyone on your timeline is being rude about 'strangers' do ya self a fav & block! After everything Lauren Jauregui been thru? fuck them! pic.twitter.com/sAY90ecuy0
— [Zee] (@New_Harmonies) May 26, 2017
Most importantly, people are thanking the women for giving the LGBTQ community some relatable music.
— ?Alex ? (@jauregui__queen) May 26, 2017
Heartbreak is pretty universal.
While others are just happy to finally have an LGBTQ anthem to share with the world.
— Roger Carey (@lamb4life22) May 26, 2017
Jauregui and Halsey didn’t mince words with the use of “she” in referring to the one that got away.
And, for some fans, the song is too powerful to express in words, just tears.
Lauren jauregui and Halsey have a song together I'm crying ???️?
— anne? (@anne_hatesyou) May 26, 2017