It looks like they are never, ever getting back together. Like ever.
Taylor Swift and Harry Styles reunited in Los Angeles on Wednesday night to celebrate Caleb Followill’s birthday. The Kings of Leon singer, is married to one of Taylor’s besties, Lily Aldridge.
TMZ obtained footage of the former couple hanging out in the lobby at the Sunset Marquis – and the interaction is pretty awkward. Watch the video above to see what went down.
It’s pretty clear that Harry approached Taylor and her pals, including the sweethearts of Haim, but Taylor appeared to avoid the One Direction heartthrob. After a brief interaction, the 25-year-old “Blank Space” singer and her crew walked one way while Harry took off solo.
While the group’s conversation is inaudible, we can only hope that ‘Haylor’ is working on their friendship.
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Taylor’s roller-coaster romance with Harry allegedly inspired numerous songs off her record-breaking album, 1989, but the Brit seemed flattered to be a source of inspiration for T. Swift when asked about the songs last November.
During a Google Hangout on One Direction’s YouTube channel, the band’s director/producer pal Ben Winston asked the 20-year-old, "This Taylor Swift set mate, she's written some songs about you - it seems like. Does that feel odd when people write songs about you, or, are you okay with that?"
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Harry, being the charmer that he is, answered with class, saying, "We write from personal experience, and I think everyone does, so it would be hypocritical of us to be like, 'Oh you can’t write about us,' And she's really good, so they’re good songs, " adding, "I’m really lucky in that sense.”
Harry has most recently been linked to Victoria’s Secret model Nadine Leopold, while Taylor was rumored to be spending time with The 1975’s lead singer, Matty Healy.
What do you guys make of this Taylor-Harry hang-out?! Do they appear friendly? Or, is 'Haylor' officially out of “Style”? Send all of your thoughts to @Katie_Krause on Twitter – and include that #ETnow hashtag!