Taylor Swift and Calvin Harris May Be on Friendly Terms Again
Taylor Swift may be healing her broken heart at NYFW along with almost every other notable celeb, even taking time to crash Gigi and Zayn’s date night (because who doesn’t love being a third wheel, amirite?). And while we thought Taylor was throwing a bit of shade at ex Calvin Harris by reminding us who it was who co-wrote his VMA-winning hit, Harris felt no burn. Instead, he’s showing the love.
When Calvin failed to mention Taylor among the team who helped him create “This Is What You Came For” when he won Best Male Video at the VMAs this year, eyebrows were raised and people assumed the slight was totally intentional.
Whether it was a burn or not, Taylor wanted to let us know once again who was behind the song, and when BFF Gigi Hadid walked the runway for the Tommy x Gigi show, Tay posted a vid of herself singing the infamous tune from the front row. Subtlety? Tay says forget that!
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Instead of feeling the burn, Calvin was totally about the love. He gave the video a couple of taps to “like” the post, and he was either trying to say he’s cool with the sitch, or just wanted to let Taylor know that he was aware of what she’s up to. Whatever that might be.
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(h/t Marie Claire; photos via Gustavo Caballero/Getty)
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