We all wondered whether Taylor would diss Harry at the AMAs — but this time she gave him the complete silent treatment, a source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. Could it be because Taylor was mad at Harry for embracing Kendall Jenner right in front of her at the show?
Taylor Swift, 23, sat just a few rows across from Harry Styles, 19, and his band One Direction at the American Music Awards on Nov. 24, but not once did the two singers even say hello to each other, a source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. What gives? Perhaps Taylor kept her distance because she’s upset about Harry’s potential new love interest, Kendall Jenner, 18, who gave the British singer a big, warm welcome when he arrived to his seat. Read on for all the details!
Taylor Swift Ignores Harry Styles At 2013 AMAs — Mad About Kendall Jenner?
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Despite everything they’ve been through together, Taylor and Harry seemed like nothing more than strangers at the AMAs.
“Taylor and Harry walked by each other at least three times during the show and didn’t say anything to each other. Harry looked at her as if to say hello, but Taylor just walked by,” an eyewitness at the AMAs tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.
Do you think Taylor is mad at Harry for dating Kendall?
Taylor Swift Wins Big At The 2013 AMAs
Even though Taylor didn’t interact with Harry, she seemed to have a great time at the awards show, winning most of the top awards of the night.
The stunning blond took home the prestigious Artist of the Year, along with Favorite Country Album and Favorite Country Singer.
Harry beat out Taylor in the Favorite Pop Album category, with the honor going to his band One Direction.
What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers? Should Harry have made a bigger effort to say hi to Taylor? Or do YOU think Taylor was smart to avoid Harry? Let us know.
— Reporting by Sandra Clark