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The 'Love Story' star put on a fake British accent during her performance in a suspected dig at the boy band singer.
Taylor Swift seemingly took a dig at One Direction star Harry Styles during her performance at the Grammy Awards 2013 last night (10th February), following the couple's reported break-up last month.
The 'Love Story' singer sang her single 'We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together' at the show in Los Angeles on Sunday night and changed the lyrics of the song's spoken middle eight section to implicate the boy band star in her words.
"So he calls me up and he's like, 'I'm sorry'," Taylor was heard saying, while adopting a faux British accent similar to the 'Live While We're Young' star. "And I'm like, 'I'm sorry, I'm busy opening up the Grammys and we are never getting back together, like ever!'"
The couple are reported to have split at the start of January after a short romance together that saw Taylor joining Harry on a visit to his hometown in Cheshire as well as going on several holiday breaks together.
Check out a picture of Taylor Swift performing live at the Grammy Awards 2013 below:
'Begin Again' singer Taylor made her arrival at the Grammy Awards 2013 in a flowing white gown before adopting a white circus style ringmaster outfit for her energetic dance-fuelled performance of 'We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together' as the opening act of the night.
The Grammys 2013 also saw the likes of Ed Sheeran, Elton John, Rihanna and Bruno Mars all performing while Frank Ocean, Fun., Adele and Kelly Clarkson all walked away with awards.
Taylor Swift and One Direction are both set to perform live at the BRIT Awards 2013 in London later this month (23rd February).
Check out a full list of all the winners for this year's Grammy Awards right here.
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Watch Taylor Swift's alleged dig at Harry Styles during her Grammy Awards 2013 performance below: