Taylor Swift has had her share of romances. Now, the singer has stepped out with her latest suitor, Calvin Harris. The two were photographed out in the open and holding hands on Tuesday. They are two beautiful, very tall people who have been subject to romance rumors for weeks.
Swift showed off her long legs in a black miniskirt and open-toed heels. Calvin also looked sharp in a blazer and black jeans.
Harris, who is reportedly allergic to cats, braved his allergies and met Swift’s kittens. A source told ET the Scottish musician is clearly an attentive boyfriend. The hitmaker held her hand and protectively walked a step in front of her, keeping her close. “They seem very happy and very much in love,” the eyewitness notes.
After their late night dinner, the two left the restaurant with their hands still interlocked, reportedly ending the night at Calvin’s house.
In the cover story of next week’s issue of Billboard, Florence + the Machine’s Florence Welch receives a glowing endorsement from pal Swift.
“What sets Florence apart? Everything,” the “Blank Space” singer says. “Every time I’ve been around her, she is the most magnetic person in the room – surrounded by people who are fascinated by the idea of being near her.”
Swift continues: “But when she meets people, she pays them a warm compliment and immediately disarms them. There are very few people I’ve met in my life who are truly electric, and Florence is one of them.”
Swift and Ed Sheeran comprise pop music’s cutest (platonic) couple, and have been ever tight since Taylor handpicked Ed to open on her Red tour in 2013. So when the two appeared this Friday at the second, pop-themed weekend of Rock in Rio USA in Las Vegas — three years to the date of their first meeting — they just had to celebrate what Taylor adorably dubbed their “friendiversary.”
Swift also gave the 50,000-strong Rock in Rio audience a first peek at her 1989 world tour. The tour officially kicks off May 20 in Louisiana, Taylor played mostly material from that album, opening with “Welcome to New York,” encoring with “Shake It Off,” and even doing one cut off the 1989 deluxe edition that she’d never played in concert before, “Wonderland.”
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