February 11, 2013 09:00 AM by Donna W. Martin
X Factor guest star, Taylor Swift gave a stellar Grammy-opening performance but she gave everyone a few surprises too. Not only did her performance have an Alice in Wonderland type theme, but when she broke into a British accent midway through “We Are Never Ever Getting back Together,” she sparked rumors that she meant to diss ex-boyfriend, Harry Styles of One Direction. Keep reading for more details.
According to ABC, midway through her Grammy-opening number, “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together,” Taylor attempted a British accent saying, “So he calls me up and he’s like, ‘I still love you,’ and I’m like, ‘I’m sorry, I’m busy opening up the Grammys.’”
Swift and Styles dated for two months last year but shortly after ringing in the new year together, they called it quits. Their whirlwind love affair had friends saying, “I can see them getting married in a week, just going for it.” But in the end, that’s not how things turned out. Taylor is known for short-lived romances and this one wasn’t any different.
While we aren’t certain exactly what caused Taylor and Harry’s breakup, sources say they had a fight while on vacation in the British Virgin Islands and Harry “said something he shouldn’t have.” And a source close to the couple said their relationship was definitely over for good.
Taylor is known for venting her frustrations for ex-boyfriends through her songs. And even though “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together” wasn’t written about Harry, she made sure she let him know how she felt during her Grammy performance.
We’re still waiting to hear the breakup song she wrote about Harry.
What did you think of Swift’s Grammy performance? Was the British accent a diss to former boyfriend, Harry Styles? Sound off in the comments section and let us know.
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