Relive The Many Times Taylor Swift Dissed Her Ex Harry Styles At Last Night's MTV VMAs

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Aug. 26 2013, Published 12:43 p.m. ET

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Even though everyone and their mom is still talking about Miley Cyrus 12 hours after her performance at last night's VMAs, Taylor Swift, in true Tay fashion, is also being talked about. But no, people aren't gushing over her amazing red carpet look or the fact that she swept the awards like she does at most awards shows (she didn't, BTW)—they're talking about how mean she was last night to her ex boyfriend, One Direction's Harry Styles.

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Harry and the guys of 1d presented the very first award of the night, and while they were up on stage doing their thang, Taylor turned to her BFF Selena Gomez and said "Shut the eff up." Obviously MTV's cameras panned to Taylor at the most crucial moment because it was actually amazing. GIF proof:

MTV Movie Awards 2013

Then, later, when Taylor went to accept her award for Best Female Video for "I Knew You Were Trouble," she said "I also want to thank the person who inspired this song. He knows exactly who he is. Because now I got one of these!" She smirked the whole time she said that and it was kind of rude. Watch here:

youtube= editors as a collective group decided that neither of these two things was necessary, and Taylor shouldn't be such a bitter ex! It's not Harry's fault that he's really successful and has a movie coming out this weekend, Tay. Quit being a hater.

Photo: One Direction's Reaction To Miley's On-Stage Twerking

What do you think of how Taylor treated Harry? Do you think she was right to call him out in her speech? Tweet us @OKMagazine.


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