Taylor Swift Pregnant Rumors Swirling; Boyfriend Harry Styles Involved?

By Staff Reporter | Dec 17, 2012 02:21 PM EST
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She is romantically linked to One Direction's Harry Styles and the latest rumor surrounding Taylor Swift is that she is pregnant with the 1D singer's child.

Claiming they offer "the world's only reliable news," Weekly World News released a story on Sunday and included sources that confirm that rumors have since gone viral. Though Swift's team denied the pregnancy rumors to be true, the news report quoted a resident  at Cedars Sinai in Los Angeles confirming that the country singer is pregnant, saying, "Definitely, preggers." Additionally, a One Direction hair stylist claimed Styles is the father.

Neither one of the singers addressed the rumors personally or made any mention of it on their Twitter accounts.

A similar story surfaced when Swift dated Conor Kennedy over the summer.

"Could Taylor Swift be pulling a Virgin Mary and miraculously be pregnant with a Kennedy heir? Or is the entire Kennedy family such insanely huge fans of pop country music that they want to ensure that they'll always have access to live performances?" Crushable reported in the fall.

Swift celebrated her 23rd birthday on Dec. 13 by touring England with Styles, who is from the country. A fan took a photo of the couple in rural northern England being escorted by Styles' mother and posted it on Twitter. The pair were spotted shopping and dining and Styles made Swift's actual birthday on Thursday extra special when he surprised her with 23 custom cupcakes, one cupcake for every year since she was born.

Also on her birthday, she released the music video for her song "I Knew You Were Trouble," which features "Spider-Man: Turn Off  The Dark" star Reeve Carney as the singer's love interest.

Swift recently received her first Golden Globe nomination for Best Original Song. Her track "Safe and Sound," off of "The Hunger Games" soundtrack, is nominated in a category along Adele's "Skyfall," Keith Urban's "For You," Jon Bon Jovi's "Not Running Anymore," and Claude-Michel Schoneber and Alain Boubil's "Les Miserables" score "Suddenly."

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