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Taylor Swift isn't expecting her first baby despite sensational magazine claims

Mirror logo Mirror 3/11/2016

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Taylor Swift isn't pregnant - despite the latest outrageous magazine report.

A US magazine that hit shelves Wednesday has claimed the 25-year-old singer is expecting her first child.

Alongside a picture of the single star in a form-fitting black dress, the coverline reads 'Who's The Dad?'

They also feature a picture of her ex Calvin Harris, and write: 'Taylor's emotional call to Calvin.'

Not stopping there, they also allege 'she'd raise this baby alone if she has too'.

Unsurprisingly, it turns out the Love Story star isn't expecting a baby at all, reports Gossip Cop.

While inside the magazine, so-called sources allege she's been eating "twice the amount she normally" does and claim her "recent weight gain is totally out of character".

"People are saying she's been feeling nauseated a lot" the source added.

Unsure of who the baby daddy is, pals of the star have also allegedly told the magazine that it's more likely to be Calvin, saying: "She called him a while back for an emotional chat that seems to have healed some wounds."

However, judging by the latest track she's penned, we're not too sure if any wounds have been healed.

The singer has written a break-up song for country band Little Big Town - and the superstar DJ might not be too pleased when he hears it.

The song Better Man, released on October 20, tells the story of a jealous ex-boyfriend, and the band's lead singer Karen Fairchild claims it was "really special" to Taylor.

The lyrics include: "But your jealousy, I can hear it now / You're talking down to me like I'll always be around.

"You push my love away like it's some kind of loaded gun / Boy, you never thought I'd run.

"I know I'm probably better off all alone / Than needing a man who could change his mind at any given minute / And it's always on your terms."

She then goes on: "I gave you my best and we both know you can't say that/ We might still be in love, if you were a better man."

A source told The Sun Online it's not a "huge leap" to imagine this song is a dig at her ex, who she ended things with back in May before embarking on a short romance with actor Tom Hiddleston.

They said: "Her split from Tom Hiddleston in September was more amicable and happened just before the song came out, so he probably needn't worry about the lyrics. 

"Calvin is her only other known boyfriend since she released 1989 in 2014. His ears must be burning pretty hard right now."

But Calvin appeared to have got his own back first by dropping the video for his song My Way, which documented a failed relationship with a 'robotic' girl.

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