It’s pretty clear that Taylor Swift and Calvin Harris are head over heels in love with each other. Making their romance even better? The fact that all of Tay-Tay’s famous gal pals approve of her man. Aww!
It’s the moment that can make or break a relationship: introducing your boyfriend to your BFFs. Luckily for Calvin Harris, 31, he passed the test when it came to impressing the besties of his lady love, Taylor Swift, 25. A source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY how Lily Aldridge, 29, Hailee Steinfeld, 18, Zendaya, 18, and the rest of the gang were able to give the DJ their seal of approval.
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“At first they were skeptical but when they met him in person at the Billboard Music Awards, he really impressed them all and everyone is on board with Calvin as her boyfriend,” a source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.
Getting the A-OK from the “Bad Blood” singer’s clique is quite the feat — because there sure are a lot of girls to get through! Selena Gomez, Lena Dunham, Cara Delevingne…The list goes on and on! Fortunately, they all think Taylor and Calvin make a precious pair.
“Friends are really loving them together and think they fit together tremendously well!,” the insider adds. Phew, we bet that’s music to T. Swift’s ears!
Taylor’s friends being huge fans of the Scotland-born hunk is totally the icing on top of their love cake. Another detail that’s just as adorbs? Tay has come up with an affectionate pet name for Calvin!
“[Taylor] actually refers to Calvin by his real name, Adam,” a source reveals to us. “And she also calls him ‘Addy’ from time to time. But when she is with her celebrity friends she introduces him as Calvin and since everyone knows they are dating she really doesn’t say, ‘This is my boyfriend.’ People know and have figured it out,” the source adds.
Ugh. #RelationshipGoals, people!
HollywoodLifers — what do YOU think about Taylor’s friends approving of Calvin? Do you think he’s a great catch, too? Let us know!
— Evan Real, Reporting By Russ Weakland