With Taylor Swift‘s recent breakup with Harry Styles, everyone is up in arms about how many boyfriends the singer is going to go through until she finally settles down. My two cents? She’s young, pretty and single. Just let the girl have some fun!
Here’s a collection of some of her most memorable boyfriends. From Conor Kennedy (ahh, really young love…) to John Mayer (what in the world was she thinking?) to Joe Jonas (I guess you have to start somewhere…) these boys have shaped her romantic life and provided us with tons of entertainment along the way. Check out the gallery below and tell me which one you thought was the best for her:
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The inspiration for the song, "I Knew You Were Trouble," Taylor should have trusted her gut and not dated the British bad boy who she ultimately wasn't compatible with.
This breakup is still too fresh to have a song written about it, but it'll be fun to hear what T has to say about her 18-year-old ex beau.
Just to make it very clear that their 10-year age difference relationship was over, Taylor wrote the song "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" about Jake.
While both pretended that they were just friends, many whispers were going around that they actually hooked up.
Dear John... you should have never dated someone so young to begin with.
Taylor + Taylor = <3? Not so fast. The two met while filming Valentine's Day together and then broke up quickly. "Back to December is believed to be the song she wrote about their romance.
Lucas was her "You Belong With Me" music video co-star briefly, but they broke up because "I really just liked her as a friend," Lucas said.
He broke up with her over the phone and she wrote the song 'Forever & Always" about the JoBro, calling him a scared little boy.
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