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Inevitably, Taylor Swift is going to release a song called "I'm Never Dating Again," but until that day the wholesome songstress is steaming ahead, dating a seemingly endless stream of highly-sought male specimens. She's reportedly now dating Harry Styles from the British boy band One Direction, a group that has legions of young female fans in a tizzy (so much so that she's now receiving death threats for encroaching on their Harry). Despite the dangers, it's a win-win cycle Taylor's in, really. She gets to smooch famous cuties, and when they split, she has fresh material for her songwriting. We foresee a single about how she's lost “Direction."

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