While Taylor Swift may be devastated over her sudden split from Calvin Harris, the good news for her fans is that it means amazing new music is coming our way! HollywoodLife.com has EXCLUSIVELY learned she’s already at work turning heartbreak into hits.
We’re going to for sure be hearing Taylor Swift‘s side of her shocking breakup from Calvin Harris, 32, as the 26-year-old will be pouring her heart out through music about their 15 month romance. HollywoodLife.com has EXCLUSIVELY learned she’s definitely going to be using her amazing songwriting skills to help her get through the pain of their split.
“Taylor will definitely be writing songs about this heartbreak and the end of the relationship. She know’s it’s a cliché but this is who Taylor is. She drowns her heartbreak in music. She expresses all her feelings in her songs until she can move on. It’s part of what makes her special,” a source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.
Who can blame her? After all she’s such an amazing storyteller and her songs about her heartbreak from the likes of Jake Gyllenhaal, 35, Harry Styles, 22, and John Mayer, 38, have yielded Tay some of her biggest hits. All of those romances were short-lived yet still fueled so much emotion in her, we can only imagine what she’s going to draw from her 15 month romance with Calvin, which is by far her most serious relationship to date. Stream Taylor’s music, completely unlimited and ad-free, RIGHT HERE.
Taylor’s fans are still in shock over her sudden split with Calvin, which was announced June 1. The couple seemed so happy and Taylor in particular seemed so blissed out by their romance. She recently fangirled over her man at his Apr. 17 Coachella headlining appearance, cheering him on from the front row and posting pictures of how amazed she was by his performance. She seemed so completely in love with her man with not a hint of any breakup coming from the pair. For a timeline of the couple’s once hot romance, be sure and click here.
HollywoodLifers, are you in shock that Taylor and Calvin split? What do you think went wrong?