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Harry Styles: The Sweet Way He’s Defending Taylor Swift

Harry Styles: The Sweet Way He’s Defending Taylor Swift

You may have expected Harry to be extremely upset after Taylor released a second song about him (‘Out Of The Woods’), but the One Direction singer doesn’t mind. In fact, Harry is shockingly defending Taylor to his friends, who happen to be dissing her.

Taylor Swift has released another song about her ex-boyfriend, Harry Styles. Yet, instead of being angry that she’s writing about him again, the One Direction hottie is actually coming to her defense, following the release of “Out Of The Woods.

” Harry’s friends are throwing some serious shade at Tay, and he’s not having any of it, HollywoodLife.com has EXCLUSIVELY learned.


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“This new song has put Harry in an awkward position because he’s being forced to defend her! All his friends are making fun of Taylor over this, calling her names like ‘Bunny Boiler’ and ‘Cray Tay,'” 

There are so many clues as to why this song is all about Harry, but the biggest clue of them all is when Taylor sings, “Remember when you hit the brakes too soon, Twenty stitches in a hospital room.”

When she opened up to Rolling Stone about her new album 1989, Taylor spilled about a serious snowmobile accident with one of her ex-boyfriends.  She told the mag that her life flashed before her eyes when he lost control and crashed the ride.

She also said that she wasn’t hurt in the incident, before correcting herself and saying, “Not as hurt.” Harry was the one who ended up in the hospital, having to get 20 stitches! Click here to see the pic of Harry bandaged up after the crash.

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