Taylor Swift declares love for Calvin Harris during concert, mouthing 'I love you'


Taylor Swift proved that she only has eyes for one fan on Monday night, when she singled out her boyfriend Calvin Harris at the end of her concert and mouthed the words "I love you". According to fans, who watched the 25-year-old perform as part of her 1989 tour, Taylor sang her last song of the night, Shake It Off, and took her final bows before whispering those three special words to the 31-year-old Scottish DJ.

For her grand finale, Taylor slipped into a sparkly pink fringe number featuring a top and matching miniskirt.

Grand finale: Taylor mouthed the words "I love you" to boyfriend Calvin at the end of her latest concert

Songwriter, singer and record producer Calvin, meanwhile, kept things casual to see his other half perform.

The couple have gone from strength-to-strength since their romance kicked off in February, when they were introduced by mutual friend Ellie Goulding at the Brits Awards.

The power couple have been named the world's highest paid couple by Forbes

Their supercouple status was cemented when they became the celebrity world's highest paid couple – dethroning Jay Z and Beyoncé on the Forbes list.

Calvin also retained his title as the highest paid DJ for the third year in a row. According to the magazine, the king of the decks earned $66 million (£41.8m) in the last year.


Calvin Harris earned $66 million in the last year

The Scotsman made more than the world's highest paid actress Jennifer Lawrence, who had earnings of $52million (£33million). The 6ft 5in music star told the magazine: "The rise of dance music has been astronomical... I happened to be in the right place at the right time".

And together Calvin and Taylor could become the next Beckhams – the duo have reportedly been approached by Armani to star in the Italian label's next campaign, following in the footsteps of David and Victoria who featured in the brand's 2009 adverts.

"Armani bosses reckon Taylor and Calvin could emulate the success of the David and Victoria adverts," and insider told The Daily Star. "They generated global headlines and were a huge PR coup.