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Friday 22 August 2014

Taylor Swift 'has puppy dog crush'

Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift "looked like a little puppy dog" during her dinner date with Tim TeBow.

The 22-year-old country singer was seen at Los Angeles eatery Toscanova Italian on Monday with the Denver Broncos quarterback.

It is rumoured that Taylor is crushing hard on Tim.

The songstress was starry-eyed over their meal.

"[Taylor looked] like a little puppy dog," an eyewitness told Us Weekly magazine. "There were no public displays of affection between Taylor and Tim, but she surely looked happy to be there!"

Although Taylor's sentiments were palpable, it is not clear whether the romantic attraction is requited.

"Yes, she has a crush on him," a second source explained. "She is a massive fan, but I don't think he sees her that way."

Tim is a devout Christian and lives his life through the guidance of biblical scripture. During their two-hour repast, Taylor and Tim spoke more about God than romance.

"They actually have been speaking a lot about the Bible and Christianity," the second source continued. "Right now it's on the friendship tip - even though that frustrates her."

Taylor and Tim were also seen together on February 24 at Hollywood agency WME's pre-Oscar bash.

The songstress has dated some of the most eligible men in Hollywood including Jake Gyllenhaal, Taylor Lautner, Joe Jonas and John Mayer.

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