And there was a good reason for that: Though their relationship wasn’t public at the time, Swift was already dating Joe Alwyn.
In fact, they started seeing each other under the radar in late 2016.
Swift's rumored low-key relationship with Alwyn is a 180 from her high-profile romance with Tom Hiddleston last summer.
When their coupling was confirmed in May 2017, that only proved that our debunking of the supposed Swift-Gyllenhaal reunion was correct. Gossip Cop applauds Swift for giving the tabloids a taste of their own medicine and hope to see more stars fight back in 2018.
And far from getting back together with Gyllenhaal, the singer and her current boyfriend are still going strong and intend to take their relationship into 2018. And while the performer will likely still be the subject of bad dish in the coming months, the tabloids should know she’s not afraid to fire back. ” Swift now pointedly poked fun at the fabrication by putting lines exclaiming “Taylor Shocker” and “Who Is Olivia’s Real Father?
to her ex beau while he was living in New York City for a stint on Broadway.
“Taylor was so young when they dated, she wasn’t ready for a serious relationship, but now she’s showing Jake how much she’s matured.
However, WATCH: Taylor Swift's Ex Calvin Harris Collaborating With Katy Perry on New Album Because Shade Is Alive and Well ET has reached out to Alwyn's reps, who had no comment.
A rep for Taylor Swift did not reply to request for comment.
The founder of Chinese internet giant Sohu has publicly denied being Taylor Swift’s latest squeeze amid talk that the American singer is dating one of China’s tech tycoons. I don’t even know who Taylor Swift is,” Zhang said in a video on Sohu’s live-streaming platform, Qianfan, on Friday morning.
Sohu CEO Charles Zhang Chaoyang denied the rumours on Friday morning after Chinese internet users speculated that he could be Swift’s new boyfriend. Pop singer Taylor Swift tops Forbes’ 2016 list of highest paid women in music The rumour about Zhang and Swift had surfaced recently after talk on Chinese social media that “America’s number one singer” was seeing a middle-aged tech mogul in China.
But that isn't keeping social media from pretending they are.