It's official! Taylor Swift and Calvin Harris confirmed their romance with a number of very sweet displays of affection at the Billboard Music Awards on Sunday. The couple cuddled and kissed their way through the ceremony in Las Vegas, which saw Taylor pick up a number of coveted trophies, including Top Artist, Top Female Artist and Top Billboard Achievement.
SCROLL DOWN FOR VIDEOIt was the pair's reaction as Taylor was announced as the winner of the latter award that caused something of a fan frenzy on social media. Calvin was filmed kissing his leading lady on the cheek and they shared a long embrace – a major moment for the private new couple.
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Calvin Harris embraces Taylor Swift at the Billboard Music Awards
Taylor, 25, and Scottish DJ Calvin, 31, spent most of the night sat side by side, with Calvin wrapping one arm around the singer. Taylor frequently leaned in close to him as she chatted to other guests, including Ed Sheeran, Hailee Steinfeld and Taylor's brother Austin.An insider confirmed to US Weekly that Taylor would stand up and talk to her friends during the commercial breaks, and introduced everyone, including Nick Jonas, to her new boyfriend.
The sweet couple sat side by side at the star-studded ceremony
Taylor looked stunning for her big night in a white, beaded and backless cut-out jumpsuit by Balmain, which showed off her tiny figure.
Her success at the ceremony, and her romance with Calvin weren't the only major talking points; Sunday's ceremony also featured the debut of Taylor's music video for Bad Blood, starring the likes of Selena Gomez, Cara Delevingne, Cindy Crawford, Ellie Goulding and Jessica Alba.
Taylor and Calvin were first linked back in February
Taylor and Calvin were first linked together back in February, and despite their busy work schedules have been seeing each other as much as possible in recent months. Earlier in the week, they were seen on a dinner date together in LA, holding hands and looking loved up as they enjoyed some time together as a couple.