Harry Styles: ¿Qué piensa de la canción de Taylor Swift?

Harry Styles: What do you think of the Taylor Swift song?

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wantedon October 15, 2014 | 10:22


In her new song “Out Of The Woods”, Taylor Swift sings once again about a past lover, it should be none other than Harry Styles. But what does the One Direction hottie say about his ex dedicating another song to him?

Harry Styles doesn’t care anymore …

Taylor Swift apparently knew from the beginning that Harry Styles means “trouble”, that’s what she finally sang on “I Knew You Were Trouble.” Although the two have been apart for some time, the sexy British country princess doesn’t seem to want to get out of her head. In her latest song “Out Of The Woods,” the 24-year-old is said to sing about her ex. And Harry Styles? Apparently, he’s not really interested, at least that’s how “HollywoodLife” reports.Harry Styles has surpassed Taylor

As the celebrity portal would have liked to know from an unspecified source, Harry Styles did not mind that Taylor Swift processed their relationship again into a song. Harry doesn’t care at all about another song about him. The Taylor issue is over for him and he no longer wants to have anything to do with her. She has developed more and no longer thinks about her, ”the alleged source told HollywoodLife. Harry Styles and Taylor Swift were just a couple for a few weeks, but they were apparently the Brit-Beau left a lasting impression on the blonde.

… For Taylor Swift!

On the other hand, Harry Styles seems to have completely broken up with Taylor. “Harry won’t react to the song because then he would seem to care. So he just hopes it’s over soon, that she stops talking about him in interviews, songs, or whatever. She should finally get over it ”, demands the informant.

It’s getting really awkward if Taylor Swift actually wrote the song for Harry Styles. It’s no secret that the country princess processes her men’s stories into songs, but two songs for a boy? Tay still seems to be attached to the cute curly head!Image Credit: Ethan Miller / Kevin Winter / Getty Images for iHeartMedia