TikTok's latest mission: proving that Harry Styles has a secret account on the app.

Speculation that the former One Direction frontman uses the app began swirling last month, when the star was paparazzi'ed holding an unlocked iPhone.

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Savvy netizens quickly zoomed in on his phone screen, which appears to show a TikTok account with two uploaded videos. Not even the power of Photoshop could make the username on Styles's screen legible, though.

To quote Kris Jenner: "This is a case for the FBI!"

Somehow, TikTok-ers uncovered an anonymous account by the name of @suemonella. Drawing parallels between mysterious videos posted to the account and Styles's personal life, fans are convinced that @suemonella is Harry in disguise.

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But why?

Let's start with the username, which reads as a mash-up of "Sue" and "salmonella." As some very astute fans have pointed out, Harry Lambert — Styles's stylist and close friend — often refers to the singer as Sue on Instagram. (No word on where salmonella comes in, though.)

There's also the content posted to @suemonella, a total of six clips including a shot of someone's jogging feet set to "Unwritten" by Natasha Bedingfield, a fruit bowl, and more feet, this time walking up pink stairs. Pretty mundane, but wait! Styles has pink stairs in his house!

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There are a couple of other smoking guns — or red herrings, depending on who you ask.

There's a clip of Wolf Alice, who happens to be opening for Styles on his European tour. And there are two videos of a silver Spotify plaque commemorating 1,000,000,000 streams. If you look closely, you can catch "Harry Styles - Watermelon Sugar" on the lower half of the award.

Pretty convincing, though I have trouble imagining Styles captioning his first post: "First tick tock [sic] reminds me of vine."

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