Taylor Swift's London House Hunt Is Bad News for Harry Styles

Taylor SwiftUgh. You gotta be kidding me. Supposedly Taylor Swift wants to buy a London home -- or at least that's what we can probably assume considering she's been house hunting across the pond recently.

A source told E! Online, "She was looking at houses in the range of 7 - 8 million pounds. The properties that Swift has looked over are huge houses, complete with panic rooms and everything." Panic rooms? (Who does she think she is ... Kanye West?)

Did I mention the pads she's checking out are in the same area of London where Harry Styles lives? (When he's not on tour, of course.)


Apparently Taylor is hoping to "expand her real estate portfolio," and that's why she's interested in having a place of her own in London.

But who else thinks it's a little odd that she seems to have a tendency to buy properties near boyfriends, ex-boyfriends, and the like? Remember when she snapped up that fat house in Hyannis Port when she was dating Conor Kennedy? Yeah ... too bad that relationship didn't last.

And while things are definitely over with Harry, it's hard not to wonder if she's looking for homes in his neighborhood in the hopes that they'll run into each other from time to time. (Who wouldn't want to bump into him?)

But if that's not the case -- then what the heck does she need a house in London for? It's not like she doesn't have other places to escape to when she needs a little rest and relaxation. Um ... that mansion she picked up in Watch Hill, Rhode Island is big enough to get lost in for days. Why doesn't she just hide out there and then stay in swanky hotels when she's not in the U.S.?

Something just seems odd about this purchase to me (if she actually takes the plunge and becomes a London home owner).

And if she does, Harry might want to think about putting his pad on the market in favor of something out in the country where he'll be safe from Taylor stalking him have a little more privacy.

Why do you think Taylor wants a home in London?


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