Joe Jonas can proudly call himself Taylor’s first famous love.
The two popstars were an item for 3 months before the teen idol broke up with her during a 27-second phone call.
The very openness that helped make Taylor Swift a record-breaking pop-country idol has turned into a double-edged sword.
After baring her heart in hit songs, the 23-year-old musician now finds her love life—or some distorted version of it—treated as a joke.
The second thing people noticed when Taylor was snapped on the beach near her Rhode Island home kissing and taking selfies with Tom Hiddleston last week was her outfit.
Namely the fact that she was wearing oxford-esque leather shoes.
After dabbling in the older-man pool, it was all the more fascinating when she ended up dating boy-bander of the moment, Harry Styles, in 2012. How great Taylor looked in her retro-cut, polka-dot swimsuit, what proved to be the official start of her High Waist Era.
They played tourist in New York, visiting the Central Park Zoo, and then Harry showed her around Cheshire, England, where they had dinner with his sister and hit a local pub. Their extremely short, albeit cute, getting-to-know-you period still spawned extensive musical fallout, seemingly including Taylor using a British accent during the Grammys when she got to the "I still love you" spoken-word part of "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" and One Direction challenging a girl to write a breakup song after their experience together in 2015's "Perfect."Taylor then fell in love with New England when she dated the even younger (by a few months) Conor Kennedy, whose famous family famously has a compound on Cape Cod's Hyannis Port. After all that, Calvin Harris—a grown-ass man, one who 5-foot-10 Taylor could proudly step out in her heels with—came along.
And then: “You know what, Taylor Swift,” said Fey, shaking a finger. Fox’s son.”The joke wouldn’t have worked without the audience being aware of Swift’s highly scrutinized romantic life, the stuff of tabloid obsession.Maple lattes, apple picking, singing in the car, dancing around the kitchen, trips to the grocery story, steak dinners...so in love that you act insane, nightmare dressed like a daydream...They say you should write what you know, and Taylor Swift has always been a confessional songwriter.The newly single star has built an empire by pouring her heartbreaks into her art — so if you’re new to Taylor fandom (or if you just want to reminisce about some amazing break-up tracks), here’s a comprehensive list of all the songs inspired by Taylor’s menagerie of exes:"We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together"This song from Fearless also contains another instance of Taylor just full-on name-dropping.
In this case, it’s Stephen Liles who toured with her in the early days as part of the country duo Love and Theft.