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Taylor Swift and Calvin Harris reportedly break up

After over a year together reports are swirling that music’s golden couple have split!

Taylor Swift and Calvin Harris have reportedly called time on their romance just one year after dating.

Multiple sources have confirmed to various media outlets that Tay-Tay and her DJ boyfriend (real name is Adam Wiles) have broken up.

The news comes just days after Calvin was hospitalised after being involved in a car accident, forcing him to cancel a several shows.

“This all happened last week,” a source confessed to E! News.

“Taylor and Adam had no big blowout fight, but the romance just wasn’t there anymore.”

The sweet couple looked the perfect picture of happiness at the Billboard Music Awards.

The insider continued: “Adam is the one who ended it. It was all done in a very mature fashion.”

“Taylor is pretty upset but they are still in communication. Taylor was there for Adam with his accident and is supportive.”

The split is a shock to everyone.

“There was no drama,” another source told People magazine. “Things just don’t work out sometimes.”

Heartbreakingly, the couple only just celebrated their one-year anniversary by jet-setting off on a romantic tropical getaway.

At the time, Taylor posted an image of a golden locket with their anniversary date etched onto it and also shared a video of a celebratory cake and mused: “1 year…that was easy.”

The pair also shared adorable snaps from their mini-break on social media , leading many to speculate how perfect their union was.

See Taylor thank Calvin at the iHeart Music awards. Post continues.

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The Scottish DJ had previously said he was “insanely happy” dating Taylor. “It’s going absolutely fantastic,” he said.

Both of the stars’ reps are yet to comment on the reports.

This is the last photo of Calvin on Taylor’s Instagram account. The loved-up snap was taken over two months ago during their anniversary holiday.

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