The Taylor Swift and Calvin Harris split took a dramatic turn on Wednesday, when he called her out on Twitter for being "hurtful" after her team confirmed she wrote his latest hit This Is What You Came For.
DJ Calvin, 32, also suggested 26-year-old Taylor was attempting to "bury" him like she "did with Katy Perry" – and the Bad Blood singer has yet to respond. Despite this, she and new boyfriend Tom Hiddleston are continuing their romantic trip of the globe and are currently in Brisbane.
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Tom Hiddleston was pictured running after Calvin Harris' Twitter outburst
Seemingly staying well out of Calvin and Taylor's feud, Tom, 35, was pictured running in the gold coast on Thursday morning. The Night Manager star worked up a sweat as he jogged with his bodyguard in tow – and it's believed he's working hard to get in shape for his role in upcoming movie Thor: Ragnarok.
As the furore was about to unfold around Taylor's collaboration with Calvin, the singer was using her musical talents to lift the spirits of some sick children. The Nashville native visited Queensland & Lady Cilento Hospital to sing to patients, and a clip was later posted online showing her performing Shake It Off.
Calvin's tweets led to a flurry of posts suggesting the beginning of the end for Taylor, and it wasn't long before #TaylorSwiftIsOverParty was trending on social media.
A video leaked of Taylor Swift singing to sick children in hospital
Angry fans also flooded Taylor's Instagram page with hundreds of snake emojis, while people have been using memes and GIFs to predict the reactions of celebrities including Katy Perry and Kim Kardashian.
Taylor clashed with the reality TV earlier this year when the singer accused her husband Kanye West of referencing her in his new song without permission. But Kim was quick to dismiss the comments, telling GQ: "She totally approved that. She totally knew that was coming out. She wanted to all of a sudden act like she didn't. I swear, my husband gets so much s*** for things [when] he really was doing proper protocol and even called to get it approved."