The "I Knew You Were Trouble" singer debuted her new hairstyle in a picture she posted on Instagram. While the singer looks absolutely stunning with her new bob cat, something else caught the attention of the singer's fans---a handsome looking lad backstage is featured in the video. Many fans believe that the "handsome lad" that was seen striking up a conversation with model Cara Delevigne in the backstage of Swift's London concert was none other than One Directioner Harry Styles.
Styles and Swift have a history together. The two dated during the latter part of 2012 to the early part of 2013. However, the short-lived romance eventually saw its end on Jan 4, 2013 when both camps both announced they were no longer dating. Sources report that the cause of the break-up was the apparent distance between the two singers.
However, recent reports show that the famous One Directioner and "I Knew You Were Trouble" singer are ready to bury the hatchet. Judging by a video uploaded by the songstress, it seems that Harry Styles is trying to make amends with his ex by supporting her concert in the London O2 Concert Arena.
The rumor mill churned more when a delighted fan tweeted about having spotted the hot One Directioner in Taylor Swift's latest gig. The video posted by the Grammy-nominated singer features other personalities such as Cara Delevigne and Ellie Goulding. The video surveys the entire room and rests a split second on the mystery man believed to be Harry Styles.
If the reports are true, then what's in store for the current rumored lady love of Harry Styles, Kendall Jenner? According to reports, Styles and Jenner are no longer dating, as they haven't been pictured together in weeks. Jenner is currently focusing on her modeling career, whereas Styles is busy flying to London and the U.S. for promotional tours. The last time the pair was seen together was at the One Directioner's secret 20th birthday bash.
Could Taylor Swift be the new apple of Harry Styles' eyes...again?
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