Sunday evening was Taylor Swift's night to shine. Not only did the pop superstar win a Grammy — her seventh total — she also got to perform the show's opening act. Yet during that opening performance of her hit, "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together," Taylor made a very specific change to her song that has raised more than a couple of eyebrows.
It happens at around the 1:47 mark. Listen carefully when Taylor begins her interlude, "He called me up, and was like, I still love you." She's clearly saying the word "love" with a British accent.
T-Swift is famous for calling out her ex-boyfriends in her songs and musical performances, and considering that her most recent ex, One Direction's Harry Styles, is British, it seems entirely possible that Taylor's mysterious addition of a British accent was meant to be a dig at the British boybander.
As far as we can tell, it's unclear whether Harry broke up with Taylor — or vice versa. But to hear Taylor's performance, it seems like she would like everyone to think that she's the one who ditched Harry, and that he still wants her back!
So what do you think: Was Taylor's performance really meant to be a dig at Harry, or is everyone on the Internet reading a bit too far into things? And if this is a Taylor vs. Harry feud — are you Team T-Swift, or Team 1D?