Innocent as her appearance may be, Taylor Swift seems to stir up controversial feelings among music fans. She is often either loved or hated with passion, with very little room for in-between. Her third album, Speak Now, left some pretty big shoes for the just-released Red to fill, if the thousands of screaming preteens who filled stadiums during her last tour are any indication.
Just when things were going so well for Taylor Swift, 22, with the enormous success of her brand new album, Red, home to the already hit songs, "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together," "I Knew You Were Trouble," "Begin Again" and, of course, "Red," she and boyfriend of three-and-some months, Conor Kennedy, 18, are calling it quits.
Taylor Swift, 22, is famous for opening up about her relationships in her music, but now she's spilling about her breakups in the new album, Red, which features her Billboard Hot 100 number, "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" — a song that many have speculated may be about one of her famous exes, a list that includes Jake Gyllenhaal, Joe Jonas, Taylor Lautner and John Mayer, among a bevy of other rumored high-profile formers.
It's no secret that Taylor Swift, 22, writes about her feelings, including lost loves, and that's exactly what has John Mayer, 34, so upset. Mayer claims that Swift's recent song, "Dear John," from her new album, Speak Now, is about him and their brief romance in 2010.