) to an ex for a rough night, a night that very well could have been the one when she dumped actor Taylor Lautner.
Why assume she's talking about the former teen wolf, who first caught Swift's eye on the set of their "Valentine's Day" flick?
Two years later, the “1989” highlight “Out Of The Woods” is widely assumed to be about Styles, with lyrical references to their December romance and snowmobile accident.
This duo met through a mutual friend, Ellie Goulding, back in February of 2015 at The Brit Awards and immediately hit it off.
" Completely embarrassed and red-faced, the Twilight hunk replies, “I don’t know.” After some banter about Lautner’s past relationships (exes also include Maria Avgeropoulos and Lily Collins), Michele finally brought up Swift’s name. "She writes songs." Next, Stamos — who is not much of a Swiftie and rather unfamiliar with the Grammy winner’s discography — asks which tune was inspired by Lautner.
“You dated Taylor Swift,” she teases her bashful friend. “That’s hilarious,” he says in an attempt to change the subject. "I don't know why you guys want to talk about it." "Didn't she write a song about you? Despite Lautner’s discomfort, Michele keeps the conversation alive and makes an attempt to recall which song Swift penned about her pal.
As a country pop darling-turned-"Reputation"-slayer, Taylor Swift has certainly become known for writing songs about the ghosts of boyfriends past.
During a Facebook Live chat at the Television Critics Association press tour in Beverly Hills on Tuesday, August 9, the trio candidly recalled Lautner’s former romance with the “Shake It Off” singer, 26. " the Glee alum asks the Fuller House star before turning to Lautner, 24: "Who'd you date in life?
Well, she referenced his "tan skin" and "sweet smile." The guy's both of those for sure.
What likely began as a sweet 2010 summer connection ended on a sour note and, of course, in song (or, more likely, several songs). Swift explained to Yahoo that the "Speak Now" song "Mine" was about a guy, "that I just barely knew put his arm around me by the water, and I saw the entire relationship flash before my eyes." Neither Swift nor the late "Glee" star Cory Monteith ever confirmed that they were dating -- although both turned bright red when Ellen De Generes breached the subject -- but if not, she has an imagination great enough to dream up a solid song about what could have been.
Before they were officially a couple -- but months after they had a rumored fling in April 2012 -- Swift wrote "I Knew You Were Trouble.,” from “Red,” about Styles.
Once they broke up, all she had to tweet was a lyric from the song: "...'til you put me down," for fans to know it was over.