Taylor Swift ignored Harry Styles and his One Direction bandmates at the American Music Awards (AMAs) last night (24.11.13).
The '22' singer - who took home four trophies to become the night's biggest winner - still appears to be upset with Harry, who she split from in January, and ignored both him and his One Direction bandmates when she had to walk past them to get backstage during a commercial break.
A source told USmagazine.com how Taylor stared straight ahead and quickly made her way past the boy band - which also includes Niall Horan, Zayn Malik, Liam Payne and Louis Tomlinson - and did the same upon returning to her seat later on.
Taylor, 23, and ladies man Harry, 19, only dated for around four months, but their intense romance produced one of her biggest hits, 'I Knew You Were Trouble'. When she received the Best Female Video trophy for that track at this year's MTV Video Music Awards she dedicated it to Harry, saying: ''I also want to thank the person who inspired this song because he knows exactly who he is, because now I've got one of these.''
Taylor's comments left the 'Story of my Life' singer, who was also at the event, looking sheepish, but he later brushed it off, saying: ''It's alright, she likes a joke. I like a joke as much as the next guy, so it's all good.''
Since breaking up with the 1D hunk, Taylor has been linked to British actor Douglas Booth, while Harry was spotted taking Kim Kardashian's half-sister, Kendall Jenner out last week, although she has since insisted it was not a date, and they are just friends.
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