Taylor Swift & Tom Hiddleston Photographed Kissing 2 Weeks After Calvin Harris Split

Taylor Swift and Tom Hiddleston photographed kissing.

Well, that didn’t take long. Taylor Swift and actor Tom Hiddleston were photographed kissing on the beach only two weeks after Tay’s split with DJ Calvin Harris.

Taylor Swift and Tom Hiddleston Photographed Kissing

According to Us Weekly, Taylor Swift and Tom Hiddleston were spotted kissing in Rhode Island on Tuesday. In the photos, obtained by The Sun, Swift, 26, and Hiddleston, 35 kiss on the beach and take selfies together.

“They were all over each other – hugging and kissing – even though there were 20 people coming and going on the beach,” a witness told The Sun. “They looked like any young couple madly in love without a care in the world.”

After the photos surfaced of Taylor Swift and Tom Hiddleston kissing on Wednesday, Calvin Harris deleted all mentions of Taylor from his Instagram account. Swift did the same. Harris even tweeted, “Oh boy, it’s about to go down,” before deleting the tweet, which was seemingly about Tay.

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Calvin Harris Isn’t Happy

Taylor and Tom were first spotted together back in May at the Met Gala. The duo went to the event, and even had a dance-off and accompanied one another to an afterparty at the Boom Boom Room, where an insider says the two stuck together all night, and appeared to be very close friends.

Fans are already anticipating the songs about the break up and quick hook up with Tom Hiddleston from Taylor Swift and Calvin Harris. Fans will definitely be following this story very closely as Taylor and Tom’s relationship blossoms.

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