She loves to sing about her exes in her songs - and she also likes to make note of them during her performances!
On last night's Grammys, Taylor Swift opened the show with "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" and when the talking part of the song arrived, the 23-year-old's voice noticeably changed to a British accent.
"So he calls me and goes, 'I still love you... ' And I'm like, 'I'm sorry, I'm busy opening the Grammys," the songstress said out loud in an obvious nod toward her ex Harry Styles. "And we are never getting back together, like, ever."
Taylor donned a white top hat, long white tuxedo coat and shorts as she was surrounded by circus performers.
Earlier this year, Taylor and the One Direction singer called it quits after enjoying a holiday getaway on Richard Branson's Necker Island.
And it seems the "Red" songstress is doing what she does best - recording a new song about the tough break up.
Nearly a week after their split, Taylor took to Twitter and wrote, "Back in the studio. Uh oh..."
But she's not letting her keep it down. Though she won't have a boyfriend on Valentine's Day, the entertainer says she'll be keeping busy. "I'm probably going to be with my friends or rehearsing…I'll be like working on the lighting rig and like, the lighting cues," she recently said. "And I don't think I'd rather be anywhere else to be honest."
Watch Taylor's opening number at the Grammys below - did you like it?
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