ET: Calvin Harris totally dumped Taylor Swift after she talked about marriage


Take a walk down the ol’ gossip memory lane with me for a moment. Remember how George Clooney behaved with girlfriends before he met Amal? George would treat each of his girlfriends really well – they would often get a whole new wardrobe, hair and makeup stylists, jewelry, access to famous people, career connections and a lot more. The trade-off was always “never, ever mention marriage, especially to the press.” How many girlfriends got tossed aside as soon as the m-word left their mouths? SO MANY. And now we’re supposed to believe that something similar happened between Taylor Swift and Calvin Harris. One week she’s mentioning marriage and babies, and the next week she’s getting dumped.

Taylor Swift’s recent breakup with DJ/producer Calvin Harris was definitely one-sided, a source close to Swift tells ET. The source believes 100 percent Harris was behind the split and that it was not mutual.

“A few weeks ago she was talking about marrying him,” the source says.

[From ET]

We’ve heard variations on this in the past week. Even though sources close to Calvin insist that they never talked about marriage and babies, I don’t believe those sources. I think Taylor was definitely talking about marriage and even more than that, she was actively waiting for Calvin to propose. As I said before, I don’t think that is strange in the least – they were together for 15 months, and that’s a long-ass time to NEVER talk about marriage, babies or how your future together might look. Of course Taylor was thinking and talking about marriage. What’s strange here is that Calvin dumped her because of it.

Not so strange? A report out of Britain’s Metro/Grazia saying that Calvin dumped Taylor because everything about her life is heavily controlled and managed. A source claimed: “Taylor is an empire in her own right and, as such, her life is very controlled. At the end of the day, Calvin is still a smalltown boy from Dumfries and I think he struggled with living in such regimented conditions where his every move was speculated on.” I believe that Taylor is very type-A, anal retentive and yes, she’s really famous so everything she does makes news. And yes, most men probably do take issue with that.

PS… Taylor surprised some newlyweds over the weekend and it was really sweet/cute.


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  1. mia girl says:

    Her boyfriend breaks up with her because she’s talking about getting married and the first thing she does after the breakup is go to a fan’s wedding? Helping someone celebrate their forever love while you nurse a broken heart doesn’t seem like a super healthy thing to do Taylor.

    I kid, I kid. It was actually a really nice gesture.

    • Myrna says:

      For whatever she is and does, I find this gesture incredibly sweet and moving, right?
      It’s just an incredibly wonderful thing for Taylor to have done.

      • Locke Lamora says:

        I don’t get it. Why would anyone want a celebrity at their wedding? Maybe because I’m one of those people who doesnt want to keet celwbrities ever, but I just don’t get this.

      • jmf says:

        I felt that way, too, until I read the groom was a megafan—and as the photos tell it, the groom is also military.

        I just googled, though (to fact-check my own reply-comment), and I guess the story is even a little heavier than I’d realized. Taylor Swift performed at the reception; the bride and groom had been married in a private ceremony in a hospital, so that the groom’s mother could attend. The story is slim on details, but the groom’s mother passed away later. Evidently, Tay went to the reception to perform the groom and his mother’s “song” in person. Also, it sounds like the surprise was first concocted by the groom’s sister, and Tay got on board with it.

        I’m no Tay fan (I spend a lot of time side-eyeing her, tbh), but in the spirit of good faith, this really does seem like a 100% selfless and genuine thing she did.

    • burnsie says:

      I think it’s very endearing of Taylor to surprise someone at their wedding, but isn’t Blank Space a breakup song? It would have made more sense to sing one of her earlier, country/romance songs

      • Ellie says:

        It was special to the couple. They had a small ceremony earlier so his terminal mother could be present for it, and the groom-mother dance was to Blank Space. So yeah it’s a breakup song, but she wasn’t the one who picked it.

      • burnsie says:

        Awww! Thanks for clarifying, Ellie

      • kanyekardashian says:

        People have all kinds of weird songs at their wedding. Sarah McLachlan says people tell her all the time they have their wedding dance to her songs “Possession” and “I Love You”, both of which are not exactly love songs. Possession is a rape song, and I Love You is another stalker-ish song about loving someone from afar.

    • This Face Believes You says:

      I may roll my eyes at some of Taylor’s actions, but I will always hold her in very high regard when it comes to how she treats her fans. There is a long pattern of this and singing at a fan’s wedding is just one more example. Her appreciation is sincere and I personally saw what just one surprise phone call meant to a young girl battling a terminal disease. And for the joy she brought that girl I will always think well of her. Taylor has a good heart, all the extra stuff is simply wrapping herself up in what she thinks people want her to be. I hope she finds someone who loves her for whoever she really is under all the PR decorations.

  2. Naya says:

    Good riddance then. If you are marriage minded make it known. That 15 months could easily have stretched into 5 years with him just seeing it as a recreational relationship and her sending coy indecipherable clues like most women do.

    • Eleonor says:


    • Snazzy says:

      Yup agreed

    • Relli says:


    • Locke Lamora says:

      Talking about marriage after 15 months is way too early,though. I would have been scared away if a guy started talking about marriage after just a year. Especially if he was 26 like Taylor, which is young for marriage anyway.

      • Snazzy says:

        I don’t know. Every couple is different. I mean, Mr Snazzy and I knew after 3 months that this was it. We spoke about it and decided that we were going to build a life together. The only reason we’re not married is because we both find weddings annoying (we both have high maintenance families) and costly and would rather spend that money on a vacation.

        Maybe it’s more of an age thing?

      • Erinn says:

        Too early for you- but not for everyone. I have friends that have been engaged and married within 2 years of dating. And it’s worked out perfectly fine. They were just both in the right place in their lives for it.

        Hell, I’m 26 and this will be my second wedding anniversary this August. I’m more mature than a lot of people in my peer group – done school, had a job, and owned a house. Married my high school sweet heart because I wanted to, and not because I felt like I should.

        The average age for marriage is 27 in the US for women, 29 for men. Of course there’s plenty on either side of that average, but 26 isn’t like some wide eyed baby.

      • paleokifaru says:

        My sister dated a jerk for five years of him stringing her along with we’ll get married right after “fill in the blank.” She finally got rid of him only to get back with him a couple years later and he cheated a few months in. Shortly after she met her now husband at a bar after a bachelorette party. They were living together within months (she hadn’t lived with the ex),engaged at a year and married in under two years. Less than two years later they have their first kid. They’re really perfect for each other and didn’t follow anyone else’s rules about their timeline. For them it works.

        I think in your mid20s the year mark is a perfectly acceptable one to ask where you see it going. And I have found once over 30 that mark seems to shift to 5-6 months. I always tell my husband that if our friends (we’re in our 30s) make it past 6 months together there will at least be an engagement. I’ve been right every time.😉

      • JaneS says:

        My husband and I were engaged and living together within three weeks of meeting. Married within a few months and will be celebrating our 15th wedding anniversary this month. We couldn’t be a*sed to the play the ‘too early’ game or meet the ‘it’s time’ expectation that society has.

        When you know, you know. We have a vintage love.

      • Tifygodess24 says:

        While I dont think there is a perfect time frame to discuss marriage and kids, I do think it’s important to know how your significant other feels about it, especially if that’s what you want in life. But I would say a year/year and half sound about the right time to bring it up even if you don’t want to get married In the near future. It’s easy for a relationship to get in a rut where time just keeps on going and before you know it you’ve been together for years. It would royally stink to find out after all that time invested, that the person you have spent all this time with doesn’t want the same things as you do especially so if you are in your late 20s and 30s.

      • layla says:

        Every couple is different.. but let’s not assume that after 15mths everyone is talking/wanting marriage.

        Mr.L and I have been together for almost 4 yrs. We knew pretty early on that this was the real deal – there was literally no discussion about the “seriousness” of our relationship, we just knew (as corny as that sounds). Moves across Provinces to be together ensued. Houses have be bought. Combined taxes are filed. Retirement planning is done together. Dogs have been adopted. Yet we have never EVER talked about marriage. It’s just not important to us. We’re together. We’re a family. We know this is the long haul. So to assume everyone should or shouldn’t be talking about marriage after x months is silly. Marriage isn’t always the next step for people. I really dislike that kind derivative thinking – especially when it’s always portrayed as the female wanting the supposed “next step”.

      • ohdear says:

        @jane – our story is similar to yours. Married almost 17 years after getting married 4 months after we met. A good friend is going through a very long breakup with a guy she’s been with for 4 years after he revealed he doesn’t marriage and kids. He had always avoided the conversation until she forced it recently. And she’s heartbroken because she invested too much time and fell very deeply in love.

        I think the conversation at a tipping point would be healthy. “Before I invest much more time and energy into this relationship, are we on the same page? No? Alright, thanks for the memories.”

      • Valois says:

        I guess that’s a cultural thing. I don’t know anyone under 25 who’d talk about marriage after a good year. More like 2-3 years. But I’m sure there a re differences between Europe/America.

      • kanyekardashian says:

        Four seasons – i year – is more than enough time to know if you want to spend your life with someone.

      • Ennie says:

        Taylor has it all, success, money at an early age. She is not a teen either, even if she is young.
        I understand her wanting kids young (if the rumor was true). If she is investing 2 years or more in a relationship, this would mean that to have kids she will have to wait at least 3 years after this fiasco. Better to get it done (the split) now.
        And Mira is right, I bet they spent plenty of time apart.
        What I side eye from the relationship is the going public too intense and too fast.
        They were boasting about it and it is never a good sign.

    • Mira says:

      I don’t agree.Out of those 15 months they were together she was probably on tour for 12 months. So in actual time time spent together it was probably more like her other relationships, 3 months imao.

    • INeedANap says:

      We all know women who waste their best years on men, trying to be the Cool Girl and hope he just changes his mind about marriage.

      And then when they break up he turns around and marries some young girl and they do the marriage/suburbs/kids thing with her.


      • Layla Beans says:

        ^this. YUP! Don’t be the Cool Girl – it never works out. The saddest story I ever heard about a cool girl was the friend of a friend. She did the cool girl thing for years with a rich guy ten years her senior. She had it great – beautiful home, vacation home, traveled the world. He paid for everything. She worked but got to spend all her money on clothes etc. In exchange, she was his beck and call girl. After 20 years, he was done and went back home. She was given a “payment for services rendered” essentially, and dumped (they made this agreement together too. She agreed to stick around until he was ready to go back to the US from Europe). The sick part? All she ever wanted was to be married and have kids. Now she’s in her late 40s, alone, and that ship has sailed long ago. Sad and gross all at the same time. Lesson to be learned here. All the trips, clothes and shoes won’t fill the void if you wanted something else all along.

    • says:

      Well, he was just that into her.

      • Andrea says:

        @ Layla beans That is a very sad story. I hope she finds someone. She can always adopt, it is never too late.

        I think 15 months is too short a time frame to start talking about marriage and I am 35 and childfree. I typically would start talking about that after 2 1/2-3 years. The first year is always the honeymoon phase and then after that, hopefully you live together and get to truly know them quirks and odd behaviors and all. Fights arise and how you handle disagreements speaks volumes. I have left after 3 long term relationships due to not wanting to settle which I ultimately felt I would do if I had married them.

    • JRenee says:


    • Katia says:

      Yasssss ❤️

  3. Erinn says:

    *grabs popcorn and waits for the usual*

  4. LP says:

    A small town boy from dumfries? The highest paid dh in the world? The guy who chose his stage name because it sounded black (that’s true look it up)? YEAH RIGHT! Who’s buying that??

    • mia girl says:

      I know! That “small town boy” bit is a big eye-roller.

    • Kate says:

      Exactly no one is buying that Calvin Harris is a small town boy who didn’t like living the public eye.
      He cut and run is what is sounds like and he knows that Taylor is the queen at getting public sympathy.
      Love her, really do, but she isn’t subtle about her break ups. I think he’s doing damage control.

    • msmlnp says:

      Exactly. Because those with small town feelings hole up in Vegas for years.

    • cindy says:

      No one! Where does he get off dumping her anyways? I probably sound like her grandmother, but look at her, than look at him. I have said it before, but I will say it again, he looks like a Duggar husband, he’s just pasty and icky and he looks middle aged.

  5. Eleonor says:

    15 months is a reasonable time to start talking about the future. I don’t see anything wrong.

    • Original T.C. says:

      Agreed. I don’t see anything wrong with her bringing it up. Alternatively, I also think it’s better for him to break up with her if he wasn’t thinking of her as the “one” he wants to marry. Or if marriage is still way off on his radar.

      He is 32 years old in the music industry and strikes me as wanting to have fun for a few more years. Although only 26, Taylor on the other hand seems ready for the next phase in life-marriage. So better to part ways and wish each other luck.

      • paleokifaru says:

        Completely agree Original T.C. IF this is what happened then it’s no big deal other than the fact that perhaps they were both honest about their feelings and not everyone manages that in relationships. Maybe years down the road they’ll both be available and in this same place but they’re not wasting each other’s time for now. Personally I find them both annoying in a very managed seeming sort of way but I guess that doesn’t make them perfect for each other!

    • lucy2 says:

      Me either. I don’t get the need to make her out to be crazy or one of them the bad guy here. The relationship ran its course, they want different things, best to move on.

      The wedding she attended was right down the road from me, it was big news she was here.

    • Embee says:

      I totally agree, especially considering the age, and allowing for several other factors that are quite common in my peer group of working professionals.

      For example, if Taylor wanted marriage and 2 children spaced approximately 3 years apart, and if she wanted to have the children in her early 30′s after spending 4-5 years together as a married couple with no kids, well then … this is the time to discuss it and decide!

  6. oooh oooh we could get married, have 10 kids and teach them how to dream
    -Taylor Swift (starlight song)
    I totally see Tay Tay talking marriage and babies.

    As a rule, her music is my guilty pleasure. But i have to admit she generally, is very nice to fans.

  7. INeedANap says:

    I think Taylor is a much more shrewd businesswoman than people give her credit for, and I am not surprised that her tour is wrapping up as she breaks up with this guy.

    I also have a pet theory that the reason he bailed on the hospital after the car crash is because he had drugs in his system. No go for Swifty’s image.

    • Beatrice says:

      Interesting theory about the drugs. I also have not heard who was driving the car he was in–another woman, maybe??? Another good reason to bail on the hospital.

      • Erinn says:

        To be fair- another car came over the line and hit them. Supposedly the other woman in his vehicle was driving… but who knows.

    • OrigialTessa says:

      Ding ding ding! Something was fishy with the crash and subsequent behavior afterward. Instead of letting Taylor unravel the mess he had made, he dumped her. Some people would rather lose love than face the wrath of their poor decisions.

    • Kitkatk8 says:

      Yeah something was weird about that whole situation and how fast he dipped out of the hospital because he allegedly wanted a private room. Also figured they were dunzo when the media didn’t release harrowing stories about how swift was “by his side” helping him recover etc.

    • QQ says:

      Frankly, That was exactly what I said when the crash happened and when the first announcement that they broke up was made, this was America’s Favorite Flaxen Cat Lady bailing before the sh*t hits the fan

      • INeedANap says:

        Flaxen Cat Lady is fabulous and sounds like a Miss Havisham-esque ghost. J’adore and brava.

  8. Bey says:

    “Taylor is an empire in her own right and, as such, her life is very controlled. At the end of the day, Calvin is still a smalltown boy from Dumfries and I think he struggled with living in such regimented conditions where his every move was speculated on.” I believe that Taylor is very type-A, anal retentive and yes, she’s really famous so everything she does makes news. And yes, most men probably do take issue with that. ”

    yes, the moment men dont have control over women their fragile egos cant handle it. not hard to believe he had issues with a woman telling him what to do and what not to do.

    the other story is BS. Talyor is career driven and uses this “boy crazy” image to her advantage but she is not someone who is marriage minded in real life. she ruled out children not long ago because of her career and people still say she wanted kids with the small town DJ.

    • Shannon says:

      Yeah, I’ve read where she’s said she’s not sure she wants kids, so I’m not getting the whole “marriage, babies, NOW” vibe from her. But yeah, after 15 months I think that’s a reasonable time to start talking about the future. Hell, I’d go 6 months honestly, because I have kids already and I’m not playing games and wasting time. If a guy’s not in it to win it, I need to know sooner rather than later. But at her age, 15 months seems reasonable.

  9. InvaderTak says:

    So first they broke up because of schedules, just going in different directions; a surprisingly mature breakup. Then, she dumped him after he went ring shopping. Now he dumped her because she wanted a ring he wasn’t shopping for. Do I have this right? She just couldn’t resist being wronged could she?

  10. Kimbers says:

    Meh no bigs …she just wants love and does all the stereotypical things young desperate girls do. It happens and it’s just weeding out the wrong guys while adding her song catalog. Some artists need conflict to create ….silverlinings

  11. BengalCat2000 says:

    I love that guy in the newlywed pic.

    • Esmom says:

      I know, right?

    • Erinn says:

      When I was reading the article, all I could think of was how jealous I was over those wedding photos. I have all these… ‘serious’ ‘typical’ wedding photos. I was far too nerved up to even attempt anything amusing. Major props to this guy.

    • Christin says:

      My favorite part of all this. Love his pose.

  12. als says:

    What is the point of trying to have a relationship today anyway? I know so many stories like this one IRL, when he dumps her because he is not ready for a commitment or because he is not happy with her work or because distance is getting in the way or some other stupid excuse.
    And these are all men in their 30s, just like this dude, a period of time when they are supposed to be mature.
    They all want their milk for free, without buying the cow. Isn’t that convenient?
    I never liked the idea of marriage but I would never hang out with this kind of douches, not for one night, not for a lifetime. Marriage is just code for respect and commitment, even without it, a person needs to be responsible in a relationship. These guys, married or not, have no such thing, they just want to get the most out of one woman and then move to another.

    Also, if you kiss and tell, you must be some really piece of work. I don’t remember Taylor’s other flings like Harry Styles or Jake leaking stories to the press.

    • Bey says:

      newsflash: women are also less and less interested in marriage. its a thing of the past.

    • Guest says:

      They didn’t have to talk to the press, Taylor wrote songs about it.
      My guess is it’s just hard for them to actually be together because of their schedules.
      But that wouldn’t be interesting would it?

    • Original T.C. says:

      “Also, if you kiss and tell, you must be some really piece of work.”

      So does that apply to Taylor too who built an empire on kiss and tell songs? Or are you upset that one of the guys is playing the same game she usually does?

      • We Are All Made of Stars says:

        Amen and strike up the hallelujah chorus. The one thing that consistently has me rolling my eyes about these stories is all the comments that are dragging him for exactly the same type of behavior she publicly engages in. But, when a woman does it, it’s feminism and we all need to get behind it…smh.

      • Erinn says:

        We Are All Made of Stars –

        I don’t think it has EVER in Swifty post history been suggested that her writing songs about exes is a feminist thing. If anything she gets torn up over the most bland tabloid speculation – and regularly (fairly) jumped on for her non-feminist comments.

      • kanyekardashian says:

        Honestly, what kind of music do you listen to? Bob Dylan protest songs? Probably not. I’m sure you listen to everything everyone else does – breakup songs, because that’s what 99% of all songs are written about. So get off your high horses about Taylor writing breakup songs. I listen to Sarah McLachlan on rotation and she was the queen of breakup songs before Taylor came along. It’s been happening since music was first invented.

      • We Are All Made of Stars says:

        I was specifically referring to the coverage of Calvingate- and yes, there have been a ton of people raging against evil evil Calvin while inexplicably supporting Swift, whose behavior toward the opposite sex is every bit as demeaning and usurious. And let’s be real, Swift has her songwriting defenders…exhibit A is at the bottom of this thread.

      • Original T.C. says:

        ” I listen to Sarah McLachlan on rotation and she was the queen of breakup songs before Taylor came along.”

        A) Can you make a list of every man Sarah McLachlan’s songs are about? Can you match her ex lovers to their signature song? It’s intellectually dishonest for you and Swifty apologists to pretend their is nothing different or petty about her particular type of kiss and tell breakup songs.

        B) You also smoothly skipped over my point about why is it OK for Swifty to leak info about her breakups and make money on it but it’s wrong for her ex lovers to do the same. I think this guy is a jerk for many reasons but it’s funny how Swifty fans get upset when her men do the same “innocent” leaks about their relationship with her. She’s harmless right, so why isn’t he?

    • SilkyMalice says:

      I agree. What is the point of dating, except to find ‘the one’? So you have the talk after a year or so of dating, and if they guy bugs out he does you a favor and he definitely is not ‘the one’.

      • @bey, i agree with you on this one, marriage is way overrated, a thing of the past.

        Taylor Swift is getting the taste of her own medicine. She did the same to others, now what is being done to her.

  13. Guest says:

    I think they just broke up because they both have busy schedules. But of course it has to be Calvin is scared of Taylor’s success and commitment.

  14. Nancy says:

    She will survive and get over this broken relationship like all the rest….and not even being sarcastic will probably get a few songs out of it. This is not tragic, but her hair is, all that beautiful hair she has and she’s killing it and it looks awful on her. If she still wants that love story and to be a princess, I think she needs a man out of the business and without fame, no competitiveness. Not too much offense intended, but she needs a yes man, because that is the word that seems to be her favorite.

  15. jsilly4e says:

    Why this big story of the girl wants marriage and the guy doesn’t? I don’t know if I believe it but if it’s the truth so what? On our one year anniversary of dating my boyfriend proposed, we got married later that month and have been married for 12 years. Why make it sound like she’s desperate and only the girl wants marriage? Some guys want it too. And some girls don’t want to get married. To each their own. And 15 months is long enough to have discussed what you want out of the relationship. It wasn’t 15 days.

  16. OSTONE says:

    Controversial opinion: Calvin got into that wreck, there’s something fishy going on with the wreck.. drugs, another woman.. Anything that is not friendly to the Taylor Swift machine, she dumps him but his condition is to have him being the dumper instead of the dumpee as a narrative? Too crazy?

  17. haley1020 says:

    oh gosh why are people believing this fauxlationship it was fake was tay’s implants

  18. Jenni says:

    Maybe he couldnt handle her horrible platinum hair ugh!

    • Nancy says:

      Hate it. She looks like Pussy Galore in Goldfinger, although I think she had black hair, but I digress. This is not a good look, so brassy. She’ll find another guy soon enough, but first to the hairdresser.

    • AnnaKist says:

      My friend brought her small granddaughter around to visit on the weekend. The little girl brought a creepy doll with her. Taylor’s hair looks just like that doll’s.

    • lucy2 says:

      I’d been thinking she should change up her hair color, but not to that. I don’t think it’s that flattering, but she’s kept it a while so she must like it.

  19. Cure says:

    She is really commited to her aesthetic in the first pic with the white outfit. He’s ready to go and she is trying to be picture perfect. Its kinda funny.

  20. Lucy says:

    The wedding-crashing thing was really cute and nice of her. She looked good, too.

  21. Mira says:

    Calvin had a long term girlfriend before he got super famous. He is not unable to commitment.
    I think its more that Taylor wasn’t his type from the beginning and he dated her because of who she is. Not saying he didn’t like her but I get a feeling there was an element of this would look good on my CV going on.His type is Rita Ora, more exotic looking women or brunettes.

  22. TrixC says:

    I find myself a bit bothered by this. It just seems really sexist to me, no one actually knows why they broke up, but it must have been because the woman was desperate for marriage and babies? I’m sick of that stereotype, some women have no interest in marriage and kids and lots of men also want those things. Taylor is young and seems super career focused, why do people assume that what she really wants is to be barefoot and pregnant.

    • Erinn says:

      And even if she DOES want to be married and popping out babies- I don’t think that’s anything to criticize her for. She gets judged for short relationships. She gets judged for long ones. Girl is never going to win. Sometimes – yes- there needs to be some calling out with Swift. But a lot of the hate is so weird… you’d think she was out kicking puppies and grandmas every day.

  23. Mike says:

    He straight up admitted that he wasn’t attracted to her. That’s all it is. 15 months is way too soon to start talking marriage.

    Especially because they she was on tour so much…they didn’t really hang out. After she was done he hung out with her more and realized they didn’t have chemistry. She’ll have to find husband #1 somewhere else.

    • Evie says:

      For normal people, I don’t think 15 months is too soon to at least check in about marriage. If you’re someone who wants marriage at some point, I think it’s reasonable to at least run it by the other person (given that both parties are mutually into each other and the relationship) after 15 months to at least put out feelers to see if the other person could consider marrying that person. You don’t have to start making active plans, but maybe a check in wouldn’t be to excessive.

      I do agree that they were on tour way too much to be considering marriage this short into it. They never seemed to be really interested in one another. At least to me. It didn’t look like they had any chemistry; they just seemed more like good buddies.

  24. Kitten says:

    I object to “Crazy Cat Lady” being used in the pejorative.


    • Erinn says:

      Me too. ME TOO.
      I actually bought a shirt a couple weeks ago “One cat away from crazy” and just love wearing it because the husband has put the kibosh to all new cat acquiring plans.

      As if I couldn’t just bring one home if I really got it in my head to. As if he wouldn’t slowly steal it’s affections away from me like the other two cats.

      I also found a baby crawler on etsy the other day “crazy cat baby” and if I EVER pro-create that’s 100% the first purchase I will be making.

    • AnnaKist says:

      Me THREE! We have four. My daughter and I are officially CCLs. 😸😻🙀😽

  25. shannon says:

    I don’t believe this for a second; however, I do believe that Taylor is very needy. Lainey tries to defend her and I understand that, but the writing is on the wall. Adam Wiles is also a dipsh-t. I”m not sure why she would want to date him in the first place, but it kinda solidifies Taylor’s terrible taste in men. Side note: has she ever been the dumper in a relationship??

    • ohdear says:

      I am fiercely independent, but I could see how growing up in the spotlight like she did, with a bunch of people close to you on your payroll would make you ‘needy’. I doubt there are many authentic, real relationships for these young ‘stars’, and having something as normal as a relationship might be really novel and precious. Even if it isn’t healthy, pure or as normal as one the rest of us would have.

      I cannot imagine how warped being in the spotlight that fame brings would make a person. Especially one with the rise and fame that Taylor Swift has.

  26. LG says:

    It’s weird because I think 15 months is soo short to start planning a life together!! If I was in a relationship and the partner I’ve been with for ONLY over a year starts blabbing about weddings and babies I would run the other way. Marriage is SO overrated anyways, it’s for insecure people tbh. Don’t do it people, keep that $$ for a down payment.

    • Erinn says:

      Oh but I think most of us are saying that it’s not too early to say “are you interested in getting married someday, do you see yourself having kids?” not “when are you going to propose, I want babies NOW”. It doesn’t need to be a discussion about their particular relationship – just what they want out of life.

    • Saraya says:

      “Marriage is SO overrated anyways, it’s for insecure people tbh.”

      Translation: “I really want somebody to ask me to marry them, but I don’t think it’ll ever happen. I think I’ll piss all over marriage and married people to make myself feel better.”

    • Char says:

      I totally agree with you. I don’t think you truly know someone after 15 months. Or maybe it’s just me…. But if i am even considering spending the rest of my life with you, I am in zero hurry and after one year, hell no I don’t know and it’s way too early to even discuss.

  27. JRenee says:

    Sounds like a cool thing to do. If the bride & groom wanted it, way cool to do.

  28. kok says:

    Swifty’s team is prepping that pre-album narrative. Nice.

  29. OTHER RENEE says:

    Whatever you may think about Taylor (mediocre voice, controlling etc.), she does love and appreciate her fans and she does do a lot of nice things for them on a 1-on-1 basis. Props to her for that.

    Hey, I wasted 3 years on someone (and thank heavens I didn’t marry him) but told Mr. Other Renee that I wouldn’t be making the same mistake again. That was on our first date! But he told me that he was looking to get married too. So we were up front. And engaged within a few months. But we were both divorced from our previous spouses and in our 40s/50s. I do think that makes a huge difference. We weren’t having babies. And for younger couples that makes a huge difference. You better be sure you’re with your life partner Cuz babies mates you for life even if you get divorced in the end.

    • Lauren II says:

      Agreed. I think this breakup is a blessing for Taylor, although she appears to be upset.

      I think Adam has a dark side that Taylor could not fulfill. Adam was with sex bomb Rita Ora for about a year before he publicly dumped her on Twitter. Rita allegedly cheated on Adam with Justin Bieber!

      Adam made a sweet statement on Twitter about his relationship with Taylor.
      “Sources” claim Adam was bored, and there was a lack of chemistry with Taylor. Rather cruel and classless statements.

      For once, i feel a little sorry for Taylor. Tay looks sad and defeated.

  30. Nik says:

    I’m sure she was ready to buy a house too. She seems the type that wants desperately to be married. That was really her first real boyfriend.

  31. Rebecca says:

    Does anybody know who was in the car with him when he got in that accident? Maybe he was with someone he wasn’t supposed to be with? Maybe their breakup has nothing to do with marriage. Who knows.

    • Lauren II says:

      Someone knows the truth about this breakup. I think Adam was misbehaving with another woman when the Beetle car crash occurred.

      Tay’s obsurd (mean) Girl Squad charade may have drove Adam away as well.

      Both Tay and Adam have equal measure of passive-aggressive bullsh*t, and calculating PR. The worst is yet to come.

  32. Veronica says:

    Removing the celebrity exacerbated parts, this seems like a pretty typical breakup, yeah? You date for a year, things start to get serious, you have the conversation about the serious, and you break up if you aren’t on the same page about the serious. His claims about not wanting fame are a load of crap, but I don’t really see anything wrong about discussing marriage a year and a half into a relationship. The better question is why stay in a relationship that long if that’s not where you are headed.

  33. BFDL says:

    Although Calvin has said himself this wasn’t the case? He and Taylor are still on good terms and it was a mutual breakup.