Top Story! Taylor Swift Rumored To Be Dating Matthew Gubler For Real! Get The Deets Here!


Is Taylor Swift really off the market?!

We’re so not sure!

But rumors of a new love have reignited, claiming she’s back up to shack up with Criminal Minds cutie, Matthew Gray Gubler!

As you’ll recall, the lovebirds allegedly felt sparks on the 4th of July when Matt attended Taylor’s Rhode Island beach party!

And now, a new report is claiming that Tay thought the actor was adorbz, so she messaged him on Facebook to connect:

“She messaged him out of the blue in June to tell him she thinks he’s cute. At first, Matthew didn’t believe it was her. Then Taylor invited him to her house in LA for dinner, and he realized it actually was her!”

Good thing Matty wasn’t catfish’d!


According to reports, they’re still TOTALLY dating! For real, for real!

If this has any truth to it, we’re shocked that Tay-Tay would reach out to a rando on the web, even if it was a hunky actor!

And what about trying to date a “normal” guy?!

Oh girl! Now you’ll definitely have some new writing material!

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Liz Taylor tried to lure Burton into 3rd marriage

Elizabeth Taylor was so obsessed with Richard Burton that she set up a 50,000 pound-a-week role in a bid to wed him for third time, it has been revealed.

Her plot to rekindle the tempestuous affair with the part in a play for her life’s leading man is portrayed in the BBC4 bio-drama ‘Burton and Taylor’, the Mirror reported.

But Taylor’s hopes for fresh romance following the comeback were smashed when he went off and married his younger lover during the run.

And the ill-fated tour ended with a scorned Taylor venting her fury on Burton for real each night on stage in Noel Coward’s Private Lives, about a divorced couple.

She invented new lines and attacked him with real force during fight scenes.

She even tried to sabotage him by unexpectedly walking on stage with her pet parrot, Alvin.

Set in New York in the summer of 1983, starring Helena Bonham-Carter and Dominic West, Burton and Taylor tells of their sell-out but critically-slated seven-month run of Coward’s comedy.