A Taylor Swift and Harry Styles break up has hit the headlines. It appears the 23-year-old country pop star and the 18-year-old lead singer of One Direction are no more. Reportedly, according to NY Daily News, the pair called it quits after they had an argument while vacationing in the British Virgin Islands. They arrived on Jan. 4, but Swift left three days later. Meanwhile, Styles stayed behind and hung out with billionaire Richard Branson on Branson's private Necker Island nearby.
On Jan. 5, Swift tweeted, "...'til you put me down." Was it in reference to Harry?
Will Styles end up in one of Swift's future break up songs? "I write songs about people who deserve to have songs written about them, and whatever they need to hear, whatever is the right thing to say to that person, ends up being said," Taylor once said.
Swift's song "Forever and Always" was reportedly in reference to Jonas who apparently dumped Swift in a 27-second phone call.
The singer dating the "Twilight" star for only three months. "He liked her more than she liked him," a source tells Us Weekly. "He went everywhere he could to see her, but she didn't travel much to see him." "Back to December" is said to be about Lautner.
Mayer wound up in Swift's lyrics in a major way. The song "Dear John" is reportedly in reference to the 35-year-old rock star, and according to Rolling Stone, he was "really humiliated" by what Swift wrote. "It made me feel terrible because I didn't deserve it. I'm pretty good at taking accountability now, and I never did anything to deserve that. It was a really lousy thing for her to do."
After meeting around November 2010, Taylor Swift and actor Jake Gyllenhaal broke up in December of that same year. Reportedly, "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" is in reference to the actor. "He made me feel like I wasn't as good or as relevant as these hipster bands he listened to. So I made a song that I knew would absolutely drive him crazy when he heard it on the radio," said Swift.
Gyllenhaal may have gotten double treatment on Swift's last album "Red." It has been said "The Last Time" about a "unreliable guy" is also about Gyllenhaal.
Swift broke it off with the 18-year-old Kennedy clan Deerfield Academy boarding school high school student back in October 2012. Evidently, she's still in good graces with his relatives, such as his father, Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. So far, it seems, Conor has been spared in the song department.
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