If people thought Hiddleswift was fake, imagine what they'll think of Taylor Swift and Zac Efron
Taylor Swift has reportedly moved on from Tom Hiddleston.
The 1989 singer is rumoured to have her sights set on Zac Efron (28), according to In Touch magazine.
"She's [Swift] been talking about him [Efron] non-stop since her breakup with Tom [Hiddleston]," a source told the magazine.
"She's always said she feels a strong connection to Zac, but could never act on it because they've always been dating other people."
The two became close in 2012 when they worked on the movie The Lorax and have remained friends ever since.
"Taylor and Zac have always been pretty flirty with each other," the source said and added, "She's reached out to Zac and told him that they should hang out and maybe go to dinner together, and he's into it. It just hasn't happened yet because of their schedules."
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Taylor (26) called time on her high-profile romance with British actor Hiddleston (35) last week.
While neither has commented on the split, there are lots of insiders stating that it was the nine-time Grammy winner who "put the brakes" on their relationship.
"Tom wanted the relationship to be more public than she was comfortable with. Taylor knew the backlash that comes with public displays of affection but Tom didn't listen to her concerns when she brought them up," another source told Us Weekly.
Their relationship was branded a publicity stunt by angry observers, following the plentiful, seemingly too-perfect photo-ops and endless displays of public affection.
Before the pair parted ways the omnipresent accusation surrounding Hiddleswift was that the entire thing was just a sham, something that they both denied.
So if people couldn't take that partnership, we doubt they're going to accept Swift and Efron (Swifron?) and believe that it isn't just another ploy for publicity.
Plus, the story was leaked to In Touch magazine by a 'source' so at this stage, it's just celebrity gossip and highly likely to be untrue.