Taylor Swift Already Dating Joe Jonas

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Saturday, 2 January 2010

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Reaching For The Moon

That was a quick three-month fling that Taylor Swift had with Taylor Lautner and the paparazzi loved the double-Taylor headlines but it now appears that Taylor Swift has had her eye on Joe Jonas for some time.

Even though Joe spent the Christmas holiday in Texas with Demi Lovado, insiders say that they both agree that they are just friends.

"We exchanged gifts and had a lot of fun but I'm serious about Taylor", Joe is quoted by reporter James Addison. Addison stated that Joe had called him personally, to make sure the news got out as soon as possible, after the public hearing that the Taylor/Taylor thing was off.

Apparently Joe then hurried to Swift's side after confirming that she had broken up with Taylor Lautner.

"Taylor is a great kid", Swift reportedly told friends after their breakup. "But he's only 17 years old and has a great future in movies that he wants to concentrate on. The relationship did not end in a bitter fight but one with each of us accepting the fact that it was not working out."

"Lautner is too much of a wolf right now", stated Swift, with a straight face.

And that remark is the one that provoked the joke wolf headlines on the stories going out in all the grocery store news magazines.

"She had trouble finding his face in all that hair on a full moon", laughed Joe. "Don't know what happened with the Blue Moon New Year's night."

"We couldn't kiss under the mistletoe until he combed his face", agreed Swift. "Just kidding Taylor. Thanks for not biting my head off before leaving."

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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