Enquirer: Taylor Swift & Tom Hiddleston ‘were in full canoodle mode’ post-Met Gala


The National Enquirer has a HOT TIP. “Hot tip” being a rumor that is several weeks old, but sure. As we learned after the Met Gala a few weeks back, Taylor Swift and Tom Hiddleston were partying together for some reason. And then Taylor basically asked Tom to dance, and so they did. Awkwardly. With some flailing. They danced to Beyonce’s “Crazy In Love” and T.I. It seemed like an odd pairing, and there were rumors of a potential attraction/hookup at the time. But days later, Taylor was seen in LA with Calvin Harris, so no one really took the rumors seriously. Until now!

It looks like Taylor Swift is taking her own advice about boyfriend Calvin Harris -— by shaking him off! The sultry songbird seems to be saying goodbye to musician Calvin and hello to studly “Thor” star Tom Hiddleston. The two were spotted dancing together recently at a New York City gala, and later were in full canoodle mode at an after-party.

“Taylor was clearly going to town with Hiddleston,” gushed an eyewitness.

Meanwhile Calvin, 32, was nowhere to be found, which has led to fears their relationship is on the rocks. A source further claims that when Harris found out about his girlfriend’s alleged tryst with Hiddleston, he “hit the roof.”

[From the National Enquirer]

My vibe is that I don’t believe Taylor is Tom’s type, although he is probably her type. My vibe is also that Taylor is pretty serious about Calvin Harris, although if we found out that they broke up this month, I can’t say I would be surprised, if that makes any sense? Like, she’s super-serious about Calvin until she isn’t. Anyway, Gossip Cop spoke to a “source close to the singer” (Swift) who says there is “no truth” to the breakup rumors or the Hiddleston hookup rumors. There’s no truth to it in the same way there was no truth to the story about how Taylor bought a house next to the Kennedy Compound while she was dating Conor Kennedy?


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  1. SilkyMalice says:

    Pictures or it didn’t happen (the canoodling that is).

    • Nancy says:

      Oh Miss Taylor loves to canoodle. I love that word. She doesn’t have a type. She likes fat boys, skinny boys, boys who climb on rocks, tough boys, sissy boys even boys with chicken pox. She loves em all….even hot dogs!

  2. LannisterForever says:

    I actually think I would like them together. They have a similar vibe – try-hard and twee but still talented and hardworking.

    • Mike says:

      Don’t know about him but I honestly think she has one of the worst voices on the scene today. She might be a good instrumentalist but I don’t know why she hasn’t been taking voice lessons. She hasn’t improved in the decade or so she’s been active.

      • Cranberry says:

        Actually her voice is her best talent. She’s not much of an instrumentalist. She strums the guitar and uses her diary entries as the sophomoric lyrics to the songs that studio producers put to music they’ve arranged and give her writing credit for.

      • Alex says:

        If her voice is her best talent then that doesn’t say much because she’s quite pitchy live…and that’s being nice

      • RedOnTheHead says:

        @mike….it’s refreshing to see someone step up and say what I’ve always thought about Taylor. She is a bad to mediocre vocalist and even though she’s been around for a while now, I’m still amazed that she continues to garner such success in the music industry. Although I guess I shouldn’t be considering how many untalented vocalists are out there these days. Her Grammy duet with Stevie Nicks was one of the worst things I’ve ever heard. I couldn’t even finish it. But it was the perfect example of her limitations when she’s working without auto tune and a studio.

      • Erinn says:

        I liked her version of Rip Tide by Vance Joy, honestly.

        I don’t think she’s terrible or anything – but she’s super marketable and record labels eat that up.

      • GreenieWeenie says:

        she’s terrible! Have you ever heard her singing Shake it Off from the Grammy’s with the vocal track isolated? Some website did it. I mean, the sounds of a dying cat yowling in pain.

        She is an Emperor Has No Clothes moment for me. I think business is her true talent.

      • artpunk44 says:

        @RedOnTheHead, Perfectly put. The duet with Stevie forever sealed my opinion of her vocal ability. Taylor is consistently off-key without the aide of auto-tune. Stevie was awesome (as always), I love the timbre of her voice.
        I’ll just leave this here.

        On a positive note, Taylor’s hair natural curly hair looked lovely.

      • Cranberry says:

        @RedOn, @artpunk
        I remember being disappointed when it turned out that Stevie was going to be singing with another performer and even more so that it was Swift. I couldn’t understand any connection between the two that would make sense to pair them together. Their music is not similar. Stevie is generally classic rock and Swifty is total pop (Not country or even a hybrid). They are the opposite, in image, talent and authenticity.

        Obviously it was a strategic attempt to elevate and (falsely) validate Swifty as an iconic, American, music artist by giving her the honor to perform with an American, Rock Star pioneer. Then to listen to her mangle a great song on national TV!! I was so pissed. To have my song ruined and for the sake of promoting someone entirely unworthy of sharing the stage with real musicians/performers like Stevie. This is what the music industry is about, deals and set ups, empty awards and money.

      • Lilacflowers says:

        Her voice is mediocre. As was/is Madonna’s and a number of other very successful singers. Bland sells.

      • Cranberry says:

        I will say her voice is better than Madonna’s. The fundamental difference between the two is that Madonna with her limited singing abilities, would never do anything that her voice couldn’t reasonably pull off live. She stayed within her limited range and music abilities and made no secret that she worked with excellent music artist that basically created all her music and wrote vocals for her range and abilities which is why she sounds so bland. Her real talent is as a producer/performer of the stage show and business.

        Swift has a better voice and attempts more challenging vocals but is still not at the level of a great singer/performer as they make her out to be. They just enhance her voice in the studio and correct it with auto-tune and use state of the art studio engineering to make a highly produced pop song with a nice sounding pop voice. But she’s not really as well trained or naturally talented as she sounds on her studio produced songs and has exposed herself quite publicly like the grammys which I don’t think control freak Madonna would ever allow to happen.

      • Intuitive says:

        Omg @artpunk44, you are absolutely right! This is terrible, even I can sing better (and that’s saying something)!!

    • Naya says:

      I agree, they are the his and hers of tryhard and would probably thrive together.

      • Lilacflowers says:

        He is extremely protective of his privacy. The thought that she might write a song about him would probably be enough for him to keep an ocean between them

    • Bettyrose says:

      Really? Isn’t Hiddles prone to dramatic fits of reciting Shakespeare and wouldn’t that be completely lost on Swifty?

    • Ashley says:

      To be fair, I always felt the same way but her voice has gotten much stronger in the past couple years, IMO

  3. lilacflowers says:

    Does Tom know?

    • spidey says:

      Perfect response to the article – have a large G&T.

      (psst, does Liz know?)

      • Lilacflowers says:

        Working on the prosecco I needed from the Chutney boating thread.
        Has the JArthy weighed in?

        What about the two women he was canoodling with post-BAFTAS? Do they know?

        And I think they were all dumped once Camilla got her mitts on him.

      • Sixer says:

        JArthy doesn’t flail. This is why she is perfect for LEGS. Because I am unsure how you manage canoodling when you are both in flailing mode. To continue the nautical theme: accidents ahoy!

        OH! This has reminded me of the apocrypha around the old British kids TV show, Captain Pugwash. As urban legend has it, there were characters called Master Bates, Seaman Stains and Roger. Because Britisher humour isn’t at all childish. As I recall, there was actually a character called Willy in the show though!

    • Lilacflowers says:

      True, care must be taken while canoodling that only one flails about. Otherwise, noses could be broken and eyes jabbed. Especially while flailing and canoodling on a boat.

      I am not going to touch those names

      • Sixer says:

        But potty humour is funny! As is flailing!

      • NUTBALLS says:

        We love potty humor in my house! Although, my kids use that humor quite literally.

        Sixer, what’s your verdict on the ending of Marcella? I thought it was mostly satisfying.

        Imagine my shock yesterday when I discovered Spiral had been dropped from Netflix. Thankfully Hulu’s got it, and Netflix has added Scandi versions of Bridge, Borgen, The Killing and Wallander.

      • Lilacflowers says:

        Oh, the names were very funny. I choked on the prosecco. You seemed determined to make me laugh to death today. And I have a meeting with the governor. I’m now afraid I’ll start giggling about Sir Ben the Hulk and Roger capsizing the yacht mid-meeting.

      • Sixer says:

        Lilac – I am in a happy mood today. This means that toilet level jokes are likely. I can’t help it. If we remade Pirates of the Caribbean along potty humour lines with Sir Ben the Hulk and Roger, what role LEGS?

        Nuts – I liked the end. Unsure about the body-moving thing but I didn’t mind. I just enjoyed all the Scandi-noir in London elements. I think it’s clear that you need to import the writer to make it work when emulating what the Scandinavians do. Of those, Borgen is my bestest bestest favourite, then The Bridge, then The Killing. Not sure which iteration of Wallander you have (there is a TV film series and TV episode series) but both are enjoyable but flawed, I think. On the topic of Wallender, Branagh’s last UK series starts on BBC1 on Sunday. Oh! And! If you ever listen to any radio, download the Tom Hanks episode of Desert Island Discs. It’s the sweetest thing ever and he cries!

      • Cranberry says:

        Oh I love Borgen too! We get it over here on PBS. Still haven’t seen The Killing Scandi version, but the first and second season of US version were freaking excellent. Loved it.

      • Leah says:

        Speaking of scandi crime what did you think of Follow the money, Sixer?

      • Lilacflowers says:

        Does my beloved McKenzie Crook get to keep his part in this remake? LEGS gets to be Will Turner, the part he lost out on for being hungover, all earnest but with swashbuckling. Sir Ben the Hulk is Barbosa. Roger is Jack Sparrow.

      • Sixer says:

        Lilac – McKenzie gets a part in everything. Chutney takes over from Knightley, right? Not Swifty. She bores me.

        Leah – I liked it! I was thinking of Kabul Kitchen out of the C4 offering next but ended up getting into Locked Up, which is like a Spanish OITNB but darker. But my favourite of the moment now Marcella has ended is an American show, Rectify. Had it recorded for ages but never watched. About a guy released from death row but not fully exonerated. Really beautiful piece of work if you don’t mind a slow pace.

        Cranberry – Borgen gave me the biggest girl crush ever on Sidse Babett Knudsen. She’s in the HBO version of Westworld that’s coming up.

      • Cranberry says:

        Sixer – Yes on Sidse Babett Knudsen. She’s awesome and not overdone in anyway like a lot of US actors tend to be.

      • Leah says:

        Locked up is next on my list, currently catching up on peaky blinders.
        Had high hopes for Undercover with two black leads, quite disappointing in my opinion despite stellar acting from Sophie Okonedo. BBC still has a lot to learn from Channel 4 with regards to contemporary drama. Deutscland 83 is still my favourite TV series this year.
        Did you ever get around to seeing masters of none by the way?

      • Sixer says:

        Leah – Nuts and I were both disappointed by Undercover. Started well, ended truly badly. Waste of talent, no? STILL not seen Master of None – even though Sixlet Major keeps saying I should watch. It’s Channel 4′s fault with all the Walter Presents stuff. I’ve been nowhere near Netflix for ages. I get about enough time to watch two episodes of TV shows each week night and there’s too much about to get to it all!

      • NUTBALLS says:

        Sixer, I loved the American version of The Killing, one of my all time favorite dramas, so I’m keen to see the original Scandi version. Once I finish up Spiral on Hulu, I’m diving into Borgen and the Bridge.

        I wasn’t that impressed with British Wallander since they didn’t develop any of the supporting characters, but curious if the Scandi version is done better than the British one. Anyone have an opinion on that?

        I enjoyed Lens on Walter Presents. It was interesting to watch a Slavic police procedural. Not sure what I’ll watch next, but need to get through all the Scandi dramas that are now on Netflix. I’m way behind the 8 ball.

        Oh, and for you Yanks that haven’t seen Deutschland 83… it’s on Hulu. Watch it asap if you haven’t. It is so very, very good.

        Lastly, I just realized I’m totally ignoring all the BBC radio offerings. I’ll put the Hanks one in my favorites. Let me know if there are any others you think I’d like. I saw that Tennant play advertised and thought I might check it out.

      • Sixer says:

        Nuts – I prefer Rolf Lassgard’s Wallender: that’s the TV movies incarnation. I don’t listen to much radio either, but sometimes I’ll download Book At Bedtime if it’s a book and narrator I like. The one radio show I don’t miss is Word of Mouth, which is poet and children’s author Michael Rosen talking about language. Episodes here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006qtnz/episodes/player. He is a delight.

      • Lilacflowers says:

        @Sixer, now that I have survived my meeting with the powers that be without embarrassing my client or boss by erupting in giggles in front of the governor, I can share some potty humor. The public entrance to the Massachusetts State House, through which I entered today, is called “The Hooker Door” after the statue of General Hooker that stands outside. In addition to the door, Hooker’s name was bestowed upon the numerous women who sold their services to him and his regiment.

      • Lilacflowers says:

        @Nuts, I agree British Wallender failed to develop the supporting characters – how many kids did Anna-Brit have? Why was Magnus the only one who knew how to search a database or answer a phone or check email? Were the others avowed Luddites? But it did give us one of the best television lines of all time: “Because murder is exhausting!”

      • SusanneToo says:

        Nutballs-After watching Deutschland 83 I rushed out and got Generation War. Some of the same actors are in it in very different roles and it’s great, also. Hope there’s a follow up to D83, maybe a D89.

      • Sixer says:

        Lilac – Hooker door! That’s the best thing ever. I want one. The City of London has a Back Passage, dontchaknow.

      • NUTBALLS says:

        Lilac, reminds me of the eastern part of Portland, Maine — Munjoy Hill — which is also referred to as Mount Joy Hill because of the prostitution business that thrived there back in a day.

        SusanneToo – thanks for the recommendation. I see that it’s on Netflix and have added it to my list.

      • lilacflowers says:

        Yes, Sixer, apparently, my state is quite proud that one of ours gifted prostitutes with a new nickname.

    • I Choose Me says:


  4. Yellowrose says:

    Ummm, I doubt it. Reasons.

  5. haley1020 says:

    oh dear who leaked this story? tay or tom? lol

    • MexicanMonkey says:

      Neithe. It’s the enquirer, they made it up all on their own. That’s their shtick. Besides, it was already denied by swift.

    • InvaderTak says:

      Taylor’s people denied it already.

    • delorb says:

      Well, she has a boyfriend, so…LOL I seriously doubt either wants to be linked to the other romantically. Not because he’s oh so private (IMO, he’d love being mentioned in one of her ‘he did me wrong’ songs), but because it does nothing for either of them. Their ‘dance’ barely got a mention when it happened. They couldn’t even dance together, together. He was doing his thing (which wasn’t that bad for a white guy) and she was basically pose-dancing. If she’d been on Prince’s stage he would have kicked her off. Now him and RiRi…

    • Cricket says:

      Since it’s in the National Enquirer, I’m gonna go with Donald Trump and David P ecker the editor in chief! They have insight to all hard hitting truths.

  6. Die Zicke says:

    It’s the Enquirer. I would be more likely to think they hooked up if the Enquirer said they didn’t.

  7. mia girl says:

    Not saying Tom Hiddleston is the guy, but I suspect that Taylor feels at some point Taylor Swift might need to upgrade to a higher profile boyfriend with better celebrity stock.

    By this I mean that she looks at herself as a brand and as we’ve seen, most things in her world do not happen organically or spontaneously. Friends, clothes, boyfriends and experiences are carefully considered and curated to tell and build on the narrative of her brand. I’m sure Taylor the person is into Harris, but I’d guess that Taylor the business woman sees that that relationship has already paid off in the way she needed and will shake it off in the not so distant future.

    I’ll predict that this break-up (unlike all others for her) will be low-key and amicable (busy schedules got in the way, they remain close friends) because that is the last payoff the relationship can give her as a brand. To make her seem like she has matured both in and out of a relationship.

    • Jenn4037 says:


      Just please not Hiddleston. I do actually like him but think that relationship would resemble a hummingbird on crack and I don’t think I could stand it.

      I would love to see Tom with someone his own age. I’m over men my age dating 10-15 years younger. Yes, I don’t care that it smacks of bitterness.

    • KHLBHL says:

      This! I also see her as a wannabe actress. She wants EGOT badly. A lot of people in her squad are the same way (Cara, Selena, they all want to act, too, though the majority of them lack any real acting ability–or modeling or singing, for that matter). So maybe locking down a high-profile actor would be a step (in her mind) to getting closer to being “taken seriously” and given acting opportunities by Hollywood gatekeepers (like Harvey Weinstein or somebody). She could probably use this new dude to get considered for roles and network more.

      • haley1020 says:

        i have more talent in my pinkie than all of those girls combined and the day taylor swift wins an oscar is the day i cut off my left hand omfg bitch cannot act

      • Cranberry says:

        Taylor doesn’t need Tom to get into acting. She is super famous and the right demographic with a huge fan base. Hollywood execs are lining up to make money off of her one way or another, so acting skills are not necessary.

    • Bey says:

      i agree. she is looking for the highschool quarterback type though, mostly. Hiddleston has lots of fan girls and thats her number 1 priority when it comes to choosing a boyfriend but he seems too nerdy to have real mass appeal like a typical dark, tall and handsome man with a muscled body.

      while i am writing this, maybe she will change her strategy and go for Hiddleston to be seen as more artsy and intellectual.

      • Hannah says:

        Actually I think he’s very similar looking to Calvin Harris in looks.

      • Annetommy says:

        I’ve never seen the attraction of Calvin Harris. Never thought he looked like Tom but I might have to force myself to have a good look at Calvin’s face now…

  8. Cranberry says:

    This is not even worth commenting on.

    (+ hate giving TS clicks)

  9. SusanneToo says:

    Why do eyewitnesses always gush?

  10. spidey says:

    I am amazed, ABSOLUTELY AMAZED, that Celebitchy missed that chance to run a thread on the delectable picture of 4 year old Tom.


  11. QQ says:

    The Longest and Blandest most romantical romance of all time

  12. Naddie says:

    She’s hideous with this hair “color” and lipstick.

  13. CornyBlue says:

    Taylor Swift never downgrades.

  14. Looty says:

    I would follow every minute of a swift/hiddles romance I don’t know why.

  15. NUTBALLS says:

    Her boobs aren’t big enough. Tom enjoys a solid handful.

  16. Leah says:

    They are basically the male and female version of each other. Please let it happen! :)

    • Cranberry says:

      Not even close. You and Looty watch too many reality shows.

      • Leah says:

        Thanks for the information, i was aware i was a reality show aficionado.. always a treat to have strangers on the internet telling you what you like to do ;)

    • Erinn says:

      I see a lot of similarity. They’re both ALWAYS on. They both are kind of try-hard without actually trying. Taylor can be pretty hipster nerdy… it’s not a ridiculous stretch to think that they’d be interested in each other.

      And it’d be hilarious just for the meltdowns alone.

      So many people put actors on such pedestals when it comes to who they date. I remember (when I was like 17) being absolutely gutted that Pete Wentz married Ashlee Simpson. But I 17. Since then I’ve come to realize that about 85% of what we see with celebs is a front – they’re rarely TOO GOOD for someone unless that someone is a COMPLETE wreck/addict/abusive asshat.

  17. cindyp says:

    I’m sure her publicist “leaked” this. Can’t believe that he would find her the least bit attractive. I’ve never had an opinion about him one way or the other but he is so sexy in “The Night Manager”…that smile!

    • Hannah says:

      Because he wouldn’t benefit from the publicity? And it would benefit her squeaky clean image to be seen as cheating on her boyfriend. If anyone leaked anything it makes moe sense that it’s his publicist especially since she’s superfamous.

  18. Hannah says:

    Omg! I just saw that video now. His dancing is hilarious!! Dad dancing galore!

  19. InvaderTak says:

    The wording on the last bit of that is interesting. I can believe the part at the end that Calvin “hit the roof over the alleged tryst”. They might have done nothing, but he might have hit the roof over the rumors. I can buy that, but maybe it’s better to toss the whole thing. These two get clicks and sales non matter what so why not run it again? Pics or it didn’t happen NE. Caught the dancing on video but not any of the scandalous stuff? Sure

  20. Phoebe says:

    Playing Frank Sinatra is the funniest lie of this article of lies. Because what he wants to do next is play another even more highly beloved American singer songwriter with distinct voice that people will be dying to chastise him for….

    • Starkiller says:

      Who chastized him specifically for the Hank Williams? The movie in general was chastized because it sucked. No one singled him out. If anything, he was praised for being the best thing about a sh*t show. No one was bothered by him playing an American, we aren’t generally as uptight as you guys about actors not nailing our accent or being the wrong nationality in a biopic so I doubt anyone on this side of the pond would be bothered by him hypothetically playing Sinatra.

      • Lilacflowers says:

        Hank 3 did when the casting was announced and when he performed at Wheatfield. However, the rest of the Williams family let him know they were pleased with the performance

      • Cranberry says:

        There’s actually been a lot of nationalism complaining that somehow American actors are being displaced by foreign actors that can pull off an American accent. To some degree this is true, but that’s because the big studio film and TV industry is headquartered in US and is structured around US audience and market. Besides, China’s film studio industry is a beast that hasn’t even been unleashed yet.

        But the high-finance film industry is international now, and is headquartered in US with many networks of players in other countries. Hollywood would much prefer to have foreign actors, writers and directors work as/for Americans in films and TV then to shut them out and have English speaking countries develop their own film industries even more than they already have or worse, unite together and make their own federation studio system.
        It may seem like they could never catch up, that it would be too expensive to compete with established US mega studios which is probably why they haven’t yet. But technology has made it possible to produce things for a fraction of the cost, and all the English speaking countries have made substantial gains into the US market like Weta in New Zealand and even South Africa has made some strides.

      • Phoebe says:

        By “people” I didn’t necessarily mean critics, I meant more around his casting before filming, but I read plenty of comments (some on this very website) and some articles about how people wouldn’t even see it because “he was a Brit playing Southern and his accent is bound to be bad”. You can’t say NO ONE said this or that because they certainly did.

    • Annetommy says:

      I think Ronan Farrow will be playing Frank Sinatra.

  21. Moxie Remon says:

    I would think less of him if they became a couple. Sorry, but it’s true.

    • Cranberry says:

      Me too, but I’m not worried about it cause it’s too absurd. They are so unalike and literally have nothing in common besides fame and liking to dance.

    • MI6 says:

      Ditto. This and Bond and I’m out.

  22. Teebee says:

    I cringe watching that dance video. It reminds me of that The Office episode when Michael is invited to that shareholders meeting and he wants to do that spin during his speech. And everyone is no, don’t do it. I keep thinking, no, Tom,don’t do the twirl… Still cringe just thinking about it.

  23. Div says:

    I don’t believe this but Calvin Harris is crazy…it’s going to be interesting when they break up. Taylor has her own messy issues with her blind item songs but she’s never gone as far as Calvin did when he basically blocked Rita Ora from releasing her album (he wrote or produced several of the songs)

  24. l says:

    She is out of his league.

  25. pinetree13 says:

    NO !
    I won’t believe ’til proof and I don’t like the idea of them together.

  26. Tw says:

    Her music is like social media selfies. Strip it of the gossip and exposure, and it is just stupid. I don’t doubt she could become bored with the rich, yet simple Scottish guy who fell for her. She’ll “trade up” to someone more mainstream famous.

  27. Kate says:

    Did she get bored with Calvin already?

  28. spidey says:

    Up thread someone mentioned rude street names. I’m currently reading a novel set in the late 1300s in London. In it there is one VERY rude name, and apparently it existed! Just google and look at the 4th site listed, the first wiki one. :shock:

    • Sixer says:

      Spidey – London has MANY rude street names! But much of it is to do with changing ideas of which words are rude and which are not. You’ll find that the Old English version of a word is often now seen as rude while the Latinate version taken up as Modern English evolved is not. Cos the Latinate words are posh and the Old English ones are oikish. Here’s a Wiki article about one particular rude street name with some explanation: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gropecunt_Lane. You’ll never look at a Grape Street in the same way again!

    • spidey says:

      Thanks so much Sixer, I have bookmarked that for a longer view (purely in the interests of research you understand). Fascinating subject, even when not being rude!

  29. spidey says:

    that should say names but it won’t let me edit?

  30. FF says:

    So no one’s gonna take a timeout from dragging Taylor to say what his actal type is?

    No problem with the dragging but I did wonder because the consensus seems to be that she isn’t it.

    • Guest says:

      Hiddleston has no type. Everyone thought that he is into brunettes with huge twins but then the other lady happened who looks like – not my words but I had to laugh very much after reading this – Voldemort. I always wonder about this Sian woman. What happened to her?

  31. TotallyBiased says:

    Hold the Door.

  32. Katja says:

    Over at Daily Mail it looks like Tom is still with Jane Arthy. They were seen having lunch together. Oh the glorious days.

    • Becky says:

      It’s definitely Jane, and looks like a friendly brunch date. She is his neighbour remember.

      Fandom meltdown – the numbers of commenters on the DM who think it’s his sister (just like the pic with Lizzie last year).

      Edit: Katja, how is he “still with” her after all this time? It’s just a nail in the coffin for the THEO shippers

      • Katja says:

        That was meant for those people who were adamant that they weren’t friends (who knows what more) and Jane was some kind of evil witch.
        It looks friendly to me as well.

      • waitwhat says:

        Cue the EO was just a cover for JArthy (or vice versa) stories. She is his neighbour, and they could just be catching up. Just when I thought things were going to be boring for a bit.

        I need a mimosa…

      • Becky says:

        Katja, I got ya no worries (more than friends I’d say if they went on holiday together).

        I agree the pics show a friendly brunch with a friend/former fwb whatever & neighbour. A single man, not someone in some secret relationship.

    • spidey says:

      A couple of things, if he had lunch in the restaurant is that a doggy bag he has with him, or a takea out?
      Where are the pictures of them actually together?

      • Becky says:

        Spidey, there are pics of him leaving with what looks like takeout. If you look at all the DM pics they’re eating at the same table in the cafe, and then hugging, then leaving separately.

      • spidey says:

        I’ve looked at my version of the DM and there is no pic of them inside the restaurant.

  33. DT says:

    JA is back! haha love it I cant believe how any comments on the Daily mail are saying its his sister. Its really not his sister guys 😂

    • spidey says:

      And as I put above, there is no actual evidence they were together, and given his take away and her laptop it hardly looks like a romantic lunch.

      • waitwhat says:

        I think we’re in agreement, Spidey. They could easily have just run into each other or just a quick meetup to catch up.

      • Katja says:

        There are pics where they hug each other and sit at the same table. So they were at least having brunch/lunch together.

    • Becky says:

      Female fans denial, just like that pic with Lizzie last year. The number of fans who said it was his sister.

      Spidey, exactly it looks like a friendly Sunday brunch

      • spidey says:

        I don’t care either way, good for him if he has a girl friend, I just don’t believe everything I read in the Daily Fail in particular.

    • Dara says:

      Hooray for JA! And yeah, all those ‘sister’ comments cracked me up too… that is so NOT his sister.

      Spidey, they were at a table together inside, and they hugged before leaving – but I’ll grant you it may have been just a friendly lunch, or a chance meeting – the restaurant may have been full and two friends decided to shared a table with no advance planning.

      Where the eff is @Nutty? I need to witness her dance of joy to brighten my Monday morning.