Pop superstar Taylor Swift is known for writing about her real life romances, but was Sunday night’s Grammy opener a diss toward her ex-boyfriend, One Direction singer Harry Styles? Swift’s Feb. 10 Grammy Awards opening performance featured the pop country superstar singing her hit song, “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together, " and while the song was certainly written before Styles’ time, s the mock British accent Swift used during a spoken word interlude seemed to be aimed at her boy band ex,
Midway through the song, Swift took on a faux British accent to sarcastically say: "So he calls me up and he's like, 'I still love you,’ And I'm like, 'I'm sorry, I'm busy opening up the Grammys!' And we're never getting back together, like, ever!"
The 23- year old seven-time Grammy winner split with the 19-year-old One Direction singer last month, after a short-lived romance.
At Sunday night’s 55th Annual Grammy Awards ceremony, Swift took home the trophy for the song “Safe & sound,” her “Hunger Games” collaboration with the Civil Wars and T-Bone Burnett. The song won a pre-show Grammy for Best Song Written For Visual Media.
While Styles didn’t tweet congrats to his former flame, he did offer a tweet to another Grammy nominee: “Good luck to one of my favourite people ever to exist @edsheeran tonight at the Grammys. I have a good feeling... Love you bro .x”
Looks like the disses can go both ways.