Is Taylor Swift singing about Jake heartbreak?

Getty Images file photoJilted Jake tunes: Taylor Swift’s new album might be inspired by her split with Jake Gyllenhaal.

Getty Images file photoJilted Jake tunes: Taylor Swift’s new album might be inspired by her split with Jake Gyllenhaal.

Jake Gyllenhaal, you might want to get out of town for a while when Taylor Swift’s next album drops. Though the country cutie hasn’t exactly confirmed that it’s all about getting dumped by the actor, she wasn’t exactly subtle when hinting that it’s about just that.

“There’s just been this earth-shattering, not recent, but absolute crash-and-burn heartbreak,” the singer-songwriter coyly explained to Vogue magazine, “and that will turn out to be what the next album is about. The only way that I can feel better about myself — pull myself out of that awful pain of losing someone — is writing songs about it to get some sort of clarity.”

Yeah, so Jake, this is why we strongly suggest that you book a trip to somewhere off the grid for the week of Taylor’s record release.

 

Khloe: Fertility Struggle?

After husband Lamar Odom’s trade to Dallas, Khloe Kardashian immediately started shopping for a new fertility specialist, Radar Online reports. The reality star and the basketball player have allegedly been trying for a baby for more than a year, and she had already started seeing a doctor in Los Angeles before the move.

“Khloe has been meeting with fertility doctors in Dallas, and Lamar has been going with her to several appointments,” a pal said. “Khloe very much wants to have a baby with Lamar, and their inability to get pregnant has had its rough moments, but this has only made their relationship stronger.”

Hope she’ll have happy news to share soon!

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