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The One Direction heartthrob also comments on Miley Cyrus' jaw-dropping performance, jokingly saying that it was so tame that he could watch it with his grandmother.
Liam Payne rips Harry Styles' ex-girlfriend, 'I just thought it was a bit not needed. I mean, you just won an award, it's like, concentrate on yourself!'
The 'I Know You Were Trouble' hitmaker takes a picture with a group that consists of the One Direction member and their mutual friend Ed Sheeran.
Taylor, who sits beside her best friend Selena Gomez, is captured mouthing 'Shut the f**k up' as her ex-boyfriend is onstage with other One Direction members.
The country star brings out the 'American Idol' judge to perform 'Jenny on the Block' a day after taking the stage with the British singer to sing 'Anything Could Happen'.
A 55-year-old man is arrested on suspicion of trespassing after he tries to give his phone number to security guards at Swift's Rhode Island mansion.
The 'Red' singer and the Canadian duo lead the crowd at Los Angeles' Staples Center to sing and dance to the hit single.
The 'Red' artist's gift for her tour mate has a tag that pokes fun at the infamous mic-grabbing incident.
The 'I Knew You Were Trouble' singer brings out the British singer to sing 'Want U Back' before performing 'Brave' with the former judge of 'The Sing-Off'.
Swift sings 'Red' solo after joining Tim McGraw and Keith Urban for a rendition of 'Highway Don't Care', while Zac Brown Band teams up with Kid Rock to belt out 'We're an American Band'.
The country singer was singing 'I Knew You Were Trouble' in her recent Pittsburgh concert when her mic hit her in the tooth.
The legendary singer was the 'Red' artist's special surprise guest for her recent concert in Massachusetts.
The 'Slow Down' singer credits Swift and Britney Spears for mature tracks in her 'transitional' album.
A 39-year-old man fails to meet Taylor backstage after a radio contest to win the chance was canceled because 'the integrity of their biggest fan competition had been compromised.'
People who were hired by Taylor to guard her Rhode Island house reportedly called local authorities and accused members of a Fourth of July parade of 'pelting' them with candy.