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Taylor Swift ‘asks Calvin to move in’

Published 27/05/2015

Taylor Swift
Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift and Calvin Harris are reportedly taking their romance to the next level.

The Bad Blood singer has only been dating the Scottish DJ and producer for a few months. But it has now been claimed that the pair are taking their relationship to the next level.

“Taylor has asked Calvin to move in with her in LA, and he’s accepted,” a friend of the 25-year-old told the American edition of OK! Magazine. “Calvin has already moved a bunch of his stuff into Taylor’s place.”

The couple reportedly got together at the Brit Awards in London in February, and have been photographed together a number of times since.

Ahead of the big move, the star reportedly introduced her new beau to her parents, Scott and Andrea during a recent trip to Nashville, Tennessee.

“[She knows] they are into this for the long-term,” the insider added. “They adore everything about each other including their friends and family.”

Taylor has dated a number of famous faces over the years, including Jake Gyllenhaal, One Direction singer Harry Styles and John Mayer. Meanwhile 31-year-old Calvin had a relationship with singer Rita Ora which ended last year. However both stars seem unafraid of getting ahead of themselves this time around and this week were photographed looking loved up on a date in New York.

“It’s early days still, but these two are crazy in love and ready to dive straight in,” the source continued. “He’s as smitten as she is…so their attitude is like, ‘Why wait?’ ”

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