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Swift 'invites pals to meet Harris'

Published 09/05/2015

Taylor Swift
Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift's friends apparently think her relationship could be the start of something special.

The singer and the DJ are thought to be dating after being spotted out together on several occasions.

She's known for being close to fellow A-list pals such as Sarah Hyland, Jaime King and Lorde, and the 25-year-old is reportedly keen to get her new man in with the group.

"Despite not being together for long, Taylor and Calvin have become really close. But they both have such busy schedules, so Taylor made a point of having her friends over and inviting Calvin to meet everyone properly last week," an insider told British magazine Star.

"They've realised they have a lot in common and have really bonded over music. It all seems to fit for them. Everyone close to them thinks it could be the start of something special."

But Taylor has more than just her friends in her life. She's proud mother to cats Meredith and Olivia, but they could be a sticking point for Calvin.

"When he stayed over at Taylor's LA house last week, Calvin says he was up all night blowing his nose and complaining he couldn't breathe," a source told British magazine Heat. "Apparently he's allergic to the long fluffy hair on Taylor's cats, and they usually sleep in the bed so it's everywhere. He left really early in the morning - I think it's caused a bit of tension, because now Calvin wants to meet up in hotel rooms or at his place in LA, but not at Taylor's."

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