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August 27, 2013  | by: Paris Close
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We all know Taylor Swift as the poor victim of embarrassingly public heartbreak who we reluctantly sympathize for, but when news broke about the singer’s alleged f-bomb, you know as well as I do, the thought was as juicy as it was sweet. The coy country star, who’s usually quite reserved, spewed what appeared to be some crude remarks about her former flame, Harry Styles during last night’s 2013 Video Music Awards.

Swift’s history in the romance department is more bitter than sweet to say the least, and it’s evident that same sourness has tainted the “22″ singer’s feelings towards her famous ex-boyfriends. To say the songstress was simply “caught off-guard” is an understatement, especially with the exclusive video footage streaming across the web as we speak.

It’s actually really entertaining to see Swift out of her element for once. Believe it or not, I don’t trust her perky (but mostly irritating) charm; it’s seems almost too polished, even for her. Either way, I can’t wait to see how she’s going to bounce back from this sharp tongue scandal. It’s going to take one hell of a PR team, and an entire legion of Swifters to clean us this mess.

What do you think about T-Swizzle’s slip of the tongue? Think it’ll cost her her reputation as America’s sweetheart?

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