Taylor Swift is never, ever, ever getting back together with . . . Jake Gyllenhaal.
According to Us Weekly, the singer’s latest hit is influenced by her 2010 fling with the actor, 31. “It’s definitely about Jake,” an insider says. In “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together,” she sings about an ex who comes back to say, “Baby, I miss you and I swear I’m gonna change.” (Gyllenhaal flew to Nashville three weeks after their split to attempt a reunion.)
Swift has been dropping hints too: The song’s video features an actor who resembles Gyllenhaal, and in a promo clip for the September 6 MTV Video Music Awards, she jokes about the hit with host Kevin Hart, who pastes his own face on a photo of the then-couple.
Despite her past dramas, Swift, 22, is pushing forward with new love Conor Kennedy, 18. She’s even lining up promotion for her CD Red (out October 22) with the Deerfield Academy senior’s schedule.
Adds the insider, “She’s working around his school holidays!”
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