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Calvin Harris: It's 'all good' with Taylor

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Calvin Harris: It's 'all good' with Taylor

Calvin Harris insists it's "all good" between him and Taylor Swift.

The Scottish DJ has removed all trace of his former girlfriend - who he split from last month - on his social media account after she was pictured passionately kissing Tom Hiddleston, 35, on a beach near her Rhode Island home earlier this week but he claims he isn't too upset.

In a video published on TMZ, a paparazzo asked the 'Summer' hitmaker his thoughts on Taylor and Tom and he said: "It's all good, she's doing her thing, she's doing her thing, dude."

Meanwhile, despite it previously being claimed Calvin had been the one to end his 15-month relationship with the 26-year-old singer, it is now said the 'Bad Blood' hitmaker actually "abruptly" ended their romance over the phone.

A source told The Sun newspaper: "There was a lot of incorrect reporting that Calvin had ended things with Taylor, but that wasn't the case.

"Yes, it was obvious he had cooled on the relationship and he definitely didn't want to look towards settling down like Taylor did.

"But she ended up calling up Calvin and ending things abruptly. His friends suspect this was because she wanted to immediately move on with Tom."

It has been claimed Calvin, 32, feels "betrayed" over Taylor's new romance.

A source said: "He thought they were in a committed relationship and now he's p**sed and feels betrayed by her."

He is also said to have been suspicious about Taylor and Tom back in May when a video emerged of them enjoying a flirty dance at the Met Gala, which he did not attend.

A source said: "The timing of this looks very bad for Taylor. There was an obvious connection with Tom at the Met Gala - you can see that in the video of them dancing together.

"Her people are insistent that no one else was involved in the split with Calvin, which is most likely the case.

"But it feels pretty disrespectful to be moving on to someone so public so quickly."