‘Not surprised’ Calvin Harris saw the end of Hiddleswift AGES ago


Following a whirlwind three-month romance which played out in front of the world's cameras, Taylor Swift and Tom Hiddleston's highly-publicised relationship took a sudden turn.

The pair, who went in for some serious spew-inducing PDA over the course of the summer, hurtled towards splitsville before eventually parting ways last week.

And it sounds like Calvin Harris, also known as Adam Wiles, saw it coming from miles off.

The Scottish DJ, who dated Taylor for 15 months, was – like the rest of us – privy to the comings and goings of Hiddleswift, and apparently he didn't see it ending well.

Speaking to E! News, an insider admitted that the break-up was no big shock, saying: "Adam is not surprised that the relationship did not work with Tom and Taylor."

"He is just happy not to be in the relationship anymore and realised they were not a good fit in the end, but he wishes her the best." they added.

And while Taylor is reportedly swearing off men for the foreseeable future in an effort to concentrate on her career, Calvin is more than happy to play the field right now.

"He is dating a few different women," the source told the station. "Nothing has stuck. He is not looking for a relationship at all, just fun times with friends."

So, Calvin and Taylor's break-up might still be fresh in the minds of fans, but it sounds like the DJ is chill as ever.

" Adam is in a much better place after the breakup with Taylor.”

Well, good to know, right?

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