Taylor Swift has been very vocal lately about what sort of boy she wants to date, what a guy has to do to lose her interest and what all the love songs are about on her new album, “Red.”
If only she could transfer all that self-reflection into actually choosing a good guy, but, alas, it seems she is now dating the goofy-looking kid from One Direction, Harry Styles.
According to the U.K.’s The Sun, the pair have rekindled their earlier romance and are now back together, and this time it’s serious (unlike last time, when he reportedly cheated on her). They have been seen holding hands and wearing matching jewelry — and he even met her mother this weekend.
Styles’ pal told The Sun that the serial-dating 18-year-old is ready to settle down with one woman. “The girls are just there for the night. You have fun but that’s the end of it.”
Poor Taylor; this can’t end well. But think of the song we’ll get.
Reunited and it feels so bad
And speaking of on-again, off-again relationships between tiny little people, Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez were spotted out together in Los Angeles over the weekend.
According to witnesses, they went into a Japanese restaurant, opened the menus and began to fight. She then rushed out and got into her car and floored it, with J-Bib in hot pursuit.
Gomez made it home and then safely ensconced herself behind her property’s gate, denying the Canadian entrance despite his protestations.
A despondent (we assume) Bieber then gave up and drove off into that dark, dark night.
No diplomatic immunity
On Friday, Kim Kardashian took to the Twitterverse and wrote, “Praying for everyone in Israel.” The backlash was of course immediate, with fans and others lobbing virtual rocks in her general direction.
So then she tweeted, “Praying for Palestine,” and for good measure, she even added “And across the world!” (Good save!)
Well, that also didn’t work (she might not have gotten the memo about how divided that part of the globe is).
In the end, she deleted both posts and probably made a mental note never to comment publicly about politics again. We hope.
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