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Start writing your new No. 1 single, Taylor!
Life & Style can exclusively reveal that Taylor Swift and her boyfriend, Harry Styles, have split.
After only two months of dating, the One Direction star, 18, and country crooner, 23, have decided to break up, a source confirms to Life & Style.
"They are both really busy and never in one place for long. Harry's really upset about the split and is really sensitive about it," the source tells Life & Style, adding, "Loads of his friends told him to be careful and that it was never going to last, and he feels a little foolish now that it's fallen apart so quickly."
The duo were first caught holding hands on the set of The X Factor in mid-November, later going public with their relationship.
Following a series of sleepovers in early December, Taylor and Harry were spotted spending time together with Justin Bieber and on-again, off-again girlfriend Selena Gomez when the couples went skiing in Utah the week before Christmas.
As Life & Style reported in December, Harry even met Taylor's parents following One Direction's Dec. 3 show at Madison Square Garden in NYC.
Since then, Taylor flew to England to spend the holidays with Harry and his family. The duo also rang in the New Year together in NYC — where they were filmed kissing as the clock struck midnight.
"[Taylor]'s a really lovely girl. Honestly, she couldn't be a sweeter person. She's a great girl and she's extremely talented," the teen heartthrob told Seventeen Magazine about the "I Knew You Were Trouble" songstress in November. "[She]'s one of those people you meet [who's] genuinely a nice person. Some people you meet and they are not as nice as you make them out to be, but she's one of those people who's really just amazing."
Ah, young love, sometimes...it just doesn't last!
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