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Styles found Taylor Swift demanding

Jan 9 2013, 9:36pm CST | by

Los Angeles, Jan 10 (IANS) Singer Harry Styles, who has reportedly parted with Taylor Swift, found her too demanding, says sources.

Los Angeles, Jan 10 — Singer Harry Styles, who has reportedly parted with Taylor Swift, found her too demanding, says sources. "Harry and Taylor had an incredibly intense relationship, and really did...

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Styles found Taylor Swift demanding

Jan 9 2013, 9:36pm CST | by

Los Angeles, Jan 10 (IANS) Singer Harry Styles, who has reportedly parted with Taylor Swift, found her too demanding, says sources.

Los Angeles, Jan 10 — Singer Harry Styles, who has reportedly parted with Taylor Swift, found her too demanding, says sources.

"Harry and Taylor had an incredibly intense relationship, and really did care strongly about one another. Sadly it fizzled out just as quickly, and came to a head following a series of angry spats on holiday," a source told contactmusic.com.

"Harry felt Taylor was nagging him, quizzing him on his intentions with various women and generally having very little faith in him.

"It all became too much and Harry found her a little too demanding. Taylor probably engineered the split but Harry held all the cards in the relationship," added the source.

However, sources close to Styles, who was comforted by another girl just 24 hours after being dumped by Swift, has not ruled at a reconciliation once they have spent some time away from each other.

"They are having a break for the moment to cool off. But who knows what the future holds?

"They're both young and hugely successful, with the world at their feet," said another source.

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6 weeks ago

Opinion: Shaking off Spotify | Column

Nov 5 2014 2:00am CST | Source: The Daily Beacon

If she were able, Taylor Swift might go back and add a passive-aggressive song about the increasingly popular music streaming service Spotify. The polarizing artist, whose latest album "1989" released last month, decided to completely remove all of her albums from Spoti ...
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Ask Matt: Is Spotify a swift way to profit?

Nov 4 2014 5:34am CST | Source: USATODAY

Taylor Swift and Spotify question how artists and investors can profit from musi         ...
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6 weeks ago

10 Things In Tech You Need To Know Today (AAPL, MSFT, S, GOOG, SSNLF, VZ, T)

Nov 4 2014 3:33am CST | Source: Business Insider

Good morning! It's going to be cold and cloudy in London today. Here's the tech news you need to know this morning.  1. Apple may be planning to kill off the iPad Mini. Instead, rumours suggest that the company will focus on its new 12-inch "iPad Pro" instead. 2. Taylor Swift removed all her music from Spotify. Sources says it's because her record label is being sold. 3. Microsoft is developing a new Skype Tr ...
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The 10 Most Important Things In The World Right Now

Nov 4 2014 1:02am CST | Source: Business Insider

Good morning! Here's what you need to know for Tuesday. 1.  In a tentative deal, Russia might convert Iran's giant stockpile of uranium into fuel rods for the country's only nuclear power plant, which would simultaneously relive Western concerns that the uranium could be used to make a nuclear weapon.  2.  Iraq is on "high alert" for Jihadist attacks.  3.  The former girlfriend of Rurik Jutting, the Bri ...
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Taylor Swift Pulls Her Music From Spotify

Nov 3 2014 11:25pm CST | Source: WSJ.com: Europe Home

Taylor Swift’s entire catalog of music was yanked from the Spotify streaming service at the pop singer’s request, the Anglo-Swedish company said on M ...
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Taylor Swift pulls her music from Spotify

Nov 3 2014 9:34am CST | Source: Fortune

Spotify's 40 million users won't be able to listen to any of Taylor Swift's music ...
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7 weeks ago

Jake Gyllenhaal Finds Buyer For LA Home

Oct 29 2014 3:50pm CDT | Source: Forbes Real Time

Going, going, Gone! Jake Gyllenhaal has sold his gated Hollywood Hills house. Gyllenhaal morphed into an A-list actor during his tenure in Hollywood, and off-screen, he’s been a very popular choice for a semi-temporary boyfriend by many actresses and singers, including Kirsten Dunst, Reese Wither ...
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8 weeks ago

Bucky Badger dances in Big Ten mascot parody of Taylor Swift single

Oct 21 2014 12:49pm CDT | Source: The Badger Herald

Bucky Badger dons a tutu and “dances on his own” in the Big Ten Conference mascot collaboration video featuring Taylor Swift’s single “Shake It Off” from her new album 1989. Mascots from across the conference joined Bucky in shaking their stuff. On top of Bascom Hill, Bucky is seen banging on cymbals, jamming on the guitar and perching on Abe Lincoln’s lap while twirling a streamer. This isn’t the first time the conference’s mascot ...
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Spotify’s Top 10 most streamed tracks

Oct 21 2014 12:07pm CDT | Source: Canadian Business Online

The following list represents the most streamed tracks on Spotify, based on the number of people who shared it divided by the number who listened to it, from Monday, Oct. 13 to Sunday Oct. 19 via Facebook, Tumblr, Twitter and Spotify. UNITED STATES 1. Taylor Swift, “Shake It Off” (Big Machine) 2. Meghan Trainor, “All About That Bass” (Epic Records) 3. Maroon 5, “Animals” (Interscope Records) 4. Jessie J, “Ban ...
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