Taylor Swift’s F-bomb at VMAs was meant for Selena Gomez, says pal Ed Sheeran
Swift’s friends and demanded they not look at her or talk to her. The magazine went so far as to say Swift has decided never to work with Lopez again or even invite her to one of her concerts. VIDEO: Watch Taylor Swift and Jennifer Lopez duet together “Taylor loved working with Jennifer, and was so impressed with her professionalism,” our source said. “Taylor is even putting together a video of her week of shows in L.A., and this will be a big part of that. Clearly, she would not do that if she was not going to work with her again.” At the concert, Swift introduced Lopez by talking about when she was a little girl. “You know how you have your favorite song that you just play over and over and over again,” she said. “You just blast it in your room and you’d sing in front of your mirror into a hairbrush, right? You have that one favorite song. It was your favorite song to dance to. Los Angeles, this is my hairbrush song.” VIDEO: Taylor talks about her friendship with Selena Gomez Instagram With that, the sold-out crowd of 15,000 went crazy as they heard the opening notes of “Jenny From the Block.” They ended with a big hug. “Thank you for inviting my family to be a part of yours @taylorswift13!!! #RedTourLA,” J.Lo tweeted along with an Instagram photo showing four different pics of them in her dressing room.
By Rachel Maresca / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Tuesday, September 3, 2013, 9:14 AM Comment LUCAS JACKSON/REUTERS Singers Taylor Swift and Selena Gomez talk while attending the MTV Video Music Awards on Aug. 25 in Brooklyn. Ed Sheeran has cleared the air for his pal Taylor Swift. Swift made headlines last week when she leaned over and whispered “shut the f–k up” to BFF Selena Gomez at the VMAs while ex-boyfriend Harry Styles was speaking on stage. PHOTOS: TAYLOR SWIFT’S SUITORS Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for Jingle Ball 201 Ed Sheeran defended his tourmate Taylor Swift after there was some misconception over whom her F-bomb was directed toward at the VMAs. In a recent meet and greet in Portland, Ore., Sheeran revealed that Swift’s comment was actually directed at Gomez as the 21-year-old brunette beauty was apparently doubting that she was going to win the award that Styles and his band One Direction were presenting for “Best Pop Video.” Gomez did go on to win the moonman over Miley Cyrus and Sheeran also dished that Swift was well-aware that her slip of the tongue was caught on camera at a very inopportune time. “She went over to me straight after and said, ‘I think I messed up,'” the “Lego” singer said. Despite the uncomfortable incident, Styles, Swift and Sheeran all attended the same after party at the SoHo Grand Hotel Club Room in New York after the show. RELATED: TAYLOR SWIFT REACTS TO HARRY STYLES WITH F-BOMB AT MTV AWARDS spikyphil via Instagram ‘Hosting the VMA after party @grandlifehotels With Taylor Swift, Ed Sheeran & Harry Styles.’ DJ Spiky Phil posted to his Instagram from the VMA afterparty in SoHo. The trio posed with the host of the party in an awkward snap shot in which Sheeran and the other male, DJ Spiky Phil, were in between them. “Ed made sure to keep them separate,” an insider told Us Weekly at the time of the party. The star reportedly often is forced to play “Switzerland” when it comes to his two close friends, the source added to the mag.