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Taylor Swift Mocks Harry Styles in Grammy Performance



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Taylor Swift has continued her long tradition of mocking her exes in song. She picked her performance at last night’s Grammy Awards ceremony to take a jibe and “One Direction” singer Harry Styles, whom she dated briefly last year.

Taylor took aim at Harry during her opening number at Sunday’s 55th annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles at the Staples Center where she performed a circus-themed act, dressed all in white and wearing a top hat.

Singing her signature hit “We Are Never Getting Back Together,” Taylor badly faked a British accent to say,

“So he calls me up and he’s like ‘Ah still louve you’ … and I’m like ‘I’m sorry, I’m busy opening up the Grammys…and we are never getting back together!’”

As we previously reported, the 23-year-old country singer and 18-year-old boy band heartthrob broke up in January after dating for less than two months.

Taylor, who is well known for singing about her break-ups, has also dated celebrities such as Conor Kennedy, Jake Gyllenhaal, Joe Jonas, Taylor Lautner and Cory Monteith. She sang about them too!

So you knew what to expect, Harry. But what do you think about Taylor Swift’s musical side-swipe at her ex – clever comeback or just tacky?

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