Oh. No. She. Didn't! But oh YES -- she DID! During her opening performance at the Grammys last night, Taylor Swift took a jab at Harry Styles during one of the lines of her song, "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together."
You know that part in the song where she speaks instead of singing, and she says, "So he calls me up and he's like 'I still love you' -- and when she imitates the guy's voice, she makes him sound like a real zero? Yeah, this time around, she spoke the line with what sounded like a British accent.
And since Harry is the only British dude we know of her dating, well, then she had to be making fun of him, right?
Take a look at this clip from her performance and see if you hear a distinct English accent.
So? What do you think? She totally dissed him, didn't she?
And all I want to know is, what the heck did Harry Styles do to her to make her rip him in front of a live audience like that? He must have pulled something pretty shady, because there's no way Taylor would've done that to him if they'd had an amicable breakup.
One thing's for sure, after her little stunt, there's definitely no chance of she and Harry ever getting back together -- like ever. I highly doubt he'll ever forgive her for this one.
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And now in addition to fearing being the subject of a breakup song, any dudes she dates from here on out may want to think about losing any sort of accent they have before doing something to piss her off. On second thought, I'm not sure there are very many guys out there who are even willing to risk entering into a relationship with Taylor at this point.
One thing I can't quite figure out about her Grammys performance though -- what was with the whole Alice in Wonderland theme? I didn't get it. It just didn't seem to fit with the song correctly for some reason. Can anyone offer some insight on this one?
Do you think Taylor intentionally dissed Harry?
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