That's what hits your heart.""That's the stuff that's hardest to say, and it's the stuff I talk least about," Styles tells Did Styles ever tell Swift he admired the songs? She doesn't need me to tell her they're great," he admits. It's the most amazing unspoken dialogue ever."Styles is nervous to talk about Swift. This might be a long one," he tells jokes with writer Cameron Crowe.“That’s a problem I’ve had all my life,” he told Entertainment Weekly.Firstly the singer was implicated in a fracas with her ex-boyfriend Calvin Harris, after it emerged that she'd co-written his latest track 'This Is What You Came For', featuring Rihanna.It's safe to say Nils Sjoberg faced the full wrath of the Scottish DJ.Just look at that stare she's giving the cameras!The pop star has already taken home an award for her "Bad Blood" video, and the ceremony isn't slated to start for another hour.Swift’s devil-may-care dancefloor anthem found the singer unabashedly looking for pop dominance, and she found it: The No.1 single spent 24 non-consecutive weeks in the top 10, becoming Taylor’s biggest charting single to date. Due to changes in chart methodology over the years, certain eras are weighted to account for different chart turnover rates over various periods.
Gracing the cover of For example, Styles can easily look up photos from his second date with Swift in New York City's Central Park—something most people can't do.
The 2016 Grammy Awards red carpet just got started, and already Taylor Swift is stealing the spotlight for a number of reasons: her daring two-piece Versace ensemble, her hot date for the evening, Selena Gomez, and her brand new haircut that looks remarkably like Anna Wintour's signature bob.
(Although Wintour's is a little more well, editor-in-chief.
It was only a few days later when Kim Kardashian reared her head via Snapchat.
Leaking an alleged phone call that took place between Taylor and Kanye, the clip that seemed to confirm that Swift had indeed agreed to the lyrics in Kanye's controversial song 'Famous', despite denying it. Of course, Taylor Swift's entire career has been built up around writing songs about her ex-lovers and her life experiences.