Calvin Harris, Taylor Swift Apparently Spending Fourth Of July Together

It seems as though two of the newest love birds in Hollywood, Calvin Harris and Taylor Swift, are spending the upcoming holiday weekend together. As Hollywood Life explained, Harris is spending the weekend at Swift’s home in Watch Hill, Rhode Island, and helping her get set up for all of the Fourth of July festivities. Best of all, Harris took to social media for the very first time on his Instagram to show off his new love interest.

It’s a beautiful thing, and as E! Online points out, the addition of the picture by Harris on his Instagram may show us exactly how smitten he really is Swift. Harris and Swift definitely qualify as one of the hottest couples in Hollywood right now, but that’s not much of a surprise. Whenever Swift’s name pops up on the dating scene, it’ll almost always make news.

This time, though, she and the 31-year-old record producer seem to be a pretty serious couple. While Swift has been rumored to have dated names like Joe Jonas, John Mayer, Taylor Lautner, Jake Gyllenhaal, and Harry Styles, Harris seems to be like a pretty perfect fit for the pop sensation.

Rumor even has it that Swift and Harris are spending all their free time together, according to E! Online.

“An insider recently told E! News that the duo, who were named the highest paid celebrity couple, ‘are spending every free day they have together’ while Taylor is on her sold out 1989 world-tour.”

“Taylor feels very safe and secure with Calvin so she usually doesn’t have her bodyguard around if Calvin is over,” the source added.

Oh, and for those who are curious, as already reported by the Inquisitr, Swift and Harris are happy no matter what the reports say, so try not to worry too much about any drama arising in the near future. Could Swift have potentially found the right man for her in Harris? We’ve heard plenty of great songs about love from her, but here’s to hoping that Harris is the one who can truly answer the call for the 25-year-old singer/songwriter.

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