He's lent his smooth vocal talents to the steamy 50 Shades Darker soundtrack.
And Zayn Malik, 23, hinted he and his stunning Victoria's Secret model girlfriend Gigi Hadid, 21, enjoy a raunchy sex life in an interview on New York's Sirius XM radio station.
The Pillowtalk singer admitted he hadn't read the E.L. James trilogy, but when the station's DJ suggested he 'lived the movie', Zayn playfully chuckled, before adding 'I like that'.
The former One Direction star wouldn't be drawn on how the pair initially became an item, simply saying: 'A gentleman never tells the full details, but we met and we spoke and we went on a date.'
Zayn was snapped visiting Gigi in New York on Wednesday. He cut a typically cool figure as his entourage guided him to see his girl.
He wore a blue Stone Island jumper underneath a quilted varsity style jacket. Keeping things coordinated, he teamed the items with black jeans and baby blue kicks.
The star kept his head down and remained straight-faced as he walked. He sported a well-groomed beard and stylishly coiffed hair.
Taylor Swift, 27, and Zayn have collaborated on a new song called I Don't Wanna Live Forever (Fifty Shades Darker), which went to number one on the iTunes chart within an hour of being released.
Gigi is part of Taylor's famous 'girl squad' along with other famous women such as Karlie Kloss, Lorde, Ellie Goulding and Cara Delevingne, and helped make the collaboration happen.
Last Thursday, Taylor uploaded an Instagram video in which a section of the track played over a sizzling montage of the Fifty Shades Of Grey sequel's steamier moments.
Meanwhile, Zayn also used his radio interview to open up about his move to being a solo artist and readily admits he is much happier now than when he was part of One Direction with Niall Horan, Louis Tomlinson, Liam Payne and Harry Styles.
The hitmaker said: 'I'm enjoying what I'm doing at the minute, but obviously when I was in the band, there were times where I felt like I needed that time out to recollect my thoughts and see exactly where everything was at.'
By Dan Cain
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