It seems Calvin Harris has BEATEN TayTay to their first break-up song

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She might have him well beaten in the rebound stakes, but Calvin Harris seems to have smashed Taylor Swift’s chances of being the first ex to make music about their famous split.

According to TMZ, the Scottish DJ is working on a new track called Ole which is supposedly written from the perspective of TayTay’s new love Tom Hiddleston.

And if the lyrics are anything to go by, it seems Calvin is pretty convinced that TayTom were getting together before he and the Bad Blood singer officially ended their 15 month romance.

The song says: "I see online that you begun to be a good girl and take trips with your boyfriend.  Being attentive, continue to pretend."

"You've hidden my name in your phone so you can call me to tell me you've been going through hell.  Left him alone and you booked in a hotel."

And in a possible reference to Tom’s role as Loki in Thor: "Low key you won't tell none of your friends about me."

 

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TMZ’s sources say the Summer hitmaker has no bad feelings towards Tom as he believes the actor has been mesmerised by Taylor.

Although it has yet to be revealed when exactly the track will be released, it is said John Newman will be its featured singer as he and Calvin were spotted in Mexico together last week where the song’s video was shot.

The news comes almost two weeks after Calvin swayed from his original statement that his split with Taylor was filled with love and respect by telling an Instagram follower that his ex “controlled the media” and that he “had no idea what was going on”.

We wonder how easy it’ll be for Taylor to shake this one off.

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