Taylor Swift is setting the record straight. Following reports in the media that she is set to marry her boyfriend Calvin Harris, and that she recently splashed out millions of dollars on a lavish Beverly Hills estate, the 25-year-old singer managed to quash both rumours in a single tweet on Tuesday.
"What the press say I'm doing: Buying a Bev Hills mansion, getting married in an English castle. What I'm doing: Playing a show in St. Louis," Taylor wrote to her 64 million Twitter followers.
Taylor Swift took to Twitter to deny marriage and new mansion claims this week
Tabloids recently claimed that Scottish DJ Calvin, 31, had been seen shopping for engagement rings, and that the couple were going to marry in a $2million ceremony in Britain. It was also claimed that she had bought the famed Samuel Goldwyn property in Beverly Hills for $25million.
Instead, Taylor was busy gearing up for the latest sold-out concert in her 1989 world tour, at the Scottrade Center in St Louis, Missouri. She will wrap up the American leg next month before taking the tour overseas, to Singapore, China and finally Australia, where it will close on 12 December.
Taylor Swift and Calvin Harris have been the subject of engagement rumours recently
Of course this isn't the first time that Taylor has had to publicly debunk rumours. Just last month she took to Twitter to deny claims she was buying a castle in Scotland. "'Cause baby I could build a castle out of all the bricks they threw at me' – a line from New Romantics. But I'm not actually buying a castle," she wrote.
In July, her boyfriend Calvin addressed all the false rumours surrounding the couple – but sweetly said it was a small price to pay for being with Taylor.
"It's interesting because obviously there's different things written about it every day and even if we don't do anything publicly for a while, someone will make something up," Calvin told KIIS FM. "For me, it could be a lot worse, and I'd still be, like, insanely happy with her, so I'm good with it."