Taylor Swift Impersonates Ex-Boyfriend Harry Styles on Set of New "22" Music Video?

Celebrity News Feb. 13, 2013 AT 12:15PM
Taylor Swift and Harry Styles Taylor Swift and Harry Styles Credit: AKM-GSI; XPOSUREPHOTOS.COM

Coincidence or the ultimate breakup revenge? Taylor Swift was photographed on the set of her new music video shoot for her track "22" on Tuesday, Feb. 12 dressed up like her ex-boyfriend, Harry Styles.

The 23-year-old country singer split with the 19-year-old One Direction band member in early January after a few months of dating. Swift, who's famous for singing about her breakups, wore a baggy white sweater and green beanie while filming in L.A. -- a look that her ex has previously styled.

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Swift opens her "22" song with the lyrics, "It feels like a perfect night to dress up like hipsters and make fun of our exes."

Taylor Swift and Harry Styles
Taylor Swift and Harry Styles
Credit: AKM-GSI; Splash News Online

Further evidence that Swift may be using Styles as inspiration in her new video? The Mirror points out that the "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" singer was also photographed on set eating an ice cream cone, wearing a matching outfit to the one Styles was wearing while photographed doing the same thing.

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In addition, Swift attempted to recreate the lift scene from Dirty Dancing, which she and Styles, during happier times, did together at a party in NYC on Dec. 3.

Taylor Swift and Harry Styles
Taylor Swift and Harry Styles
Credit: FAMEFLYNET; XPOSUREPHOTOS.COM

Though there's no word on what Styles thinks of Swift's apparent reenactment of their relationship, she seemed pleased with her work.

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"Leaving L.A. now after the best day with my friends. Almost forgot it was a video shoot," she tweeted. "Can't wait for you guys to see it."

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