While various rumors have been rounding about the relationship between Calvin Harris and Taylor Swift, neither of the two have confirmed or denied the news, but their actions are telling another story.
We are slowly watching the couple's romance blossom as they drop hints that they are together and it looks like they're not afraid to show it. Harris showed a lot of love to his rumored girlfriend after she shut down Apple over the weekend, promising not to put her music on their streaming program unless they pay up.
"I just played a gig inside a giant owl and my girl just changed the entire music industry what a day," tweetedHarris after performing at EDC Las Vegas over the weekend.
This all went down shortly after Apple revealed that they'll pay to stream artists' music during that three month, free trial period Swift was complaining on their new platform.
Swift responded to Harris' comment by liking the tweet.
Previous reports stated that the two are apparently ready to take their relationship to the next level.
The "Shake It Off" singer is apparently ready to meet Harris' parents in Glasgow after her show for her 1989 World Tour. Swift has a show on June 23, which is the same day she is set to meet the "Blame" DJ's parents.
"Calvin has hired the private dining room in the Ubiquitous Chip restaurant for the meeting. Taylor's mum Andrea is also hoping to fly over between treatments for her cancer," said a source to The Sun.
While we wait to see what happens between Swift and Harris' parents, we've seen ample of PDA moments between the two. They've been dropping hints that they are together by sharing pictures of each other on Instagram.
The couple reportedly went to Harris' Los Angeles pool where they floated on a giant inflatable swan.
"Swan goals," Swift wrote as the caption of herself and Harris on the big pool toy.
This article was originally published on Fashion & Style.
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