Swifties are going to be in for the treat of a lifetime as Taylor Swift’s hot new relationship with Tom Hiddleston is inspiring her to write some of her most confident material ever. HollywoodLife.com has EXCLUSIVELY learned why he’s having such a profound effect on her music.
Awww! Taylor Swift, 26, is floating on air with her amazing new romance with Tom Hiddleston, 35, and the amazing way he treats her is causing her to write some of her most inspiring music ever. HollywoodLife.com has EXCLUSIVELY learned what it is about him that is making her feel as if she’s on cloud nine!
“When she’s with Tom, she feels completely free to be herself and doesn’t feel like she has to hold any thing back. Tom really encourages her to be as authentic and as true to herself as possible. She feels like he really values her feelings and her opinions. He’s incredibly supportive and she feels more confident within herself,” a source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.
“She now wants to take that same confidence and apply it to her music and to her songwriting. With Tom, she feels like she can do anything, that anything is possible. She’s never felt this way before with anyone. She’s on cloud nine,” our insider adds. That is SUCH exciting news as Taylor is one of the best songwriters around, and if Tom is making her feel at the top of her game, her follow-up to 1989 should be her greatest work yet!
While Taylor’s relationship with Tom is still relatively new, they’ve taken things at such warp speed that it seems like they’ve been together for longer than just a few weeks. In such a short period of time they’ve had PDA across two continents, met each others’ families and even squeezed in a romantic trip to Rome together. They seem like they’ve packed more into their brief relationship than she ever did during her 15 months with ex Calvin Harris, 32. Tay definitely seems like she’s never been happier and we’re so thrilled for her!
HollywoodLifers, do you think Tom is the one for Taylor? Do you think they’ll end up getting married or are they just moving too fast?