Taylor Swift Calvin Harris back together news fueled after reports mentioned that they’re texting each other again.

Swift and Thor actor Tom Hiddleston ended their three-month romance earlier this month. Rumors indicated that the reason of the split was because of the actor’s desire to make their relationship more public.

Few weeks after the Swift-Hiddleston split, the Shake It Off singer and Harris are in speaking terms once again. Reports indicated that there is no longer bad blood between the two. It is not clear however who initiated the revival of their friendship.

Are we sensing a rekindling of Taylor-Calvin romance here?

A source told Us Weekly that the two started texting again but there are no plans of lighting up the old flames. Shortly after Swift and Harris split in June, the pop singer started dating Hiddleston.

However, the 32-year-old DJ lashed out Swift in July after her publicist revealed the pop star had penned the lyrics to Harris’ smash hit song This Is What You Came For using a pseudonym. Swift is already dating Hiddleston at the time.

Harris tweeted on July 13, “I wrote the music, produced the song, arranged it and cut the vocals though. And initially she wanted it kept secret, hence the pseudonym. Hurtful to me at this point that her and her team would go so far out of their way to try and make ME look bad at this stage though.” Harris added if Swift is happy with Hiddleston, she should focus on her new relationship rather than tearing her ex boyfriend apart. Harris’ tweets against Swift have been deleted since. The pair even unfollowed each other on social media.

There have been speculations that Harris’ new song My Way was also written about Swift. Harris however clarified that the song is about breaking out of a bad situation and was inspired by his time working at a grocery store, Daily News wrote.

While everything has been said and done, is there a possibility for Swift and Harris to rekindle their romance?

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