Taylor Swift, One Direction Harry Stiles Spark Romance Rumors
It seems that love might be in the air for Taylor Swift and One Direction singer Harry Styles. The rumor mill is spinning out of control that the country/pop superstar and the boy bander are crushing on each other.
Rumor has it that Justin Bieber, Swift's onetime Punker, knows a big-time star who has a crush on Styles, but the Biebs swears he's been "sworn to secrecy" and can't reveal who it is.But according to Daily Mail sources, after the twosome met at the Kids' Choice Awards last month, Swift told her pal Bieber that she kind of has a crush on Styles.
"Taylor is a huge One Direction fan and was excitedly bopping along to the boys when they performed onstage. Then she was chatting to Justin and told him how hot she found Harry," the source said. "Taylor went backstage and was hanging around by the group's dressing room and said a quick 'hello' to the guys."
The source continued that "she started dramatically fanning herself afterwards making out like she was overwhelmed which got everyone laughing. She really likes Harry but made Justin promise not to go on the record about it."
Judging by the interview MTV News did with 1D last week, the way the guys teased the mop-topped Styles about Swift, we're guessing somethingis afoot. Both parties have yet to comment on the speculation.
Since his rise to fame, Styles has been linked to a few ladies, including New York-based photographer Sarah-Louise Colivet, 24, and 19-year-old singer Lily Halpern. For those wondering if Swift, 22, might be a few years too old for the 18-year-old Styles, his last girlfriend, British TV presenter Caroline Flack, was 32.
Harry isn't the only 1D-er being linked to American singers. Fans have been wondering if Niall Horan and Demi Lovato might become a couple after she revealed she thinks he's "so adorable." His response, per the Daily Mail, "I'd like to see her all right and she's a similar age. She seems to be a nice girl. It'd be good." He also tweeted at her after her MTV documentary, "Stay Strong," aired, calling it an "amazing story."