Calvin Harris Says He Is “Blessed“ To Have Worked With Ex Taylor Swift


At last! The Disc Jockey has extended an olive branch to his former flame, Taylor Swift. The Scottish DJ shockingly took to Twitter and complimented his ex on Nov. 4, letting it be known that he felt ‘blessed’ to work with the pop star! See his sweet message!

This is not a drill! Calvin Harris, 32, is making amends with Taylor Swift, 26, while revealing that he feels like one lucky man for ever collaborating with her. After a seemingly rocky split this summer, the Scottish DJ shocked fans by praising his ex in a heartfelt Twitter post on Nov. 4. He wrote, “I am blessed to work with incredible artists @rihanna @taylorswift13 thank you!!!” Calvin also shared a link about their hit single with
Rihanna, “This Is What You Came For” reaching certified double platinum in the United Kingdom. What an accomplishment!


After major speculation, Calvin finally revealed to fans in July that Tay not only co-wrote the smash hit “TIWYCF,” but she also sang on the track too. RiRi may have been the lead vocalist, but the pop star definitely added a bit of flavor with her medley of “oohs.

” Taylor first fessed up to their collaboration after originally going by a pseudonym, which caused things to get heated. This prompted the DJ to reveal that he was tired of Taylor’s “hurtful” actions in a Twitter rant. He even brought up how she often tried to make him “look bad” after their breakup. Yikes! This was all taking place at the same time as her short-lived whirlwind romance with Tom Hiddleston.

It seemed like Calvin recently shaded his ex when he dropped his new music video for “My Way” on Oct. 28, since there were several parallels to their fizzled romance. Swifties were beyond convinced that he was firing back, but it looks like there’s no “Bad Blood” here. Taylor recently took the stage at the Formula 1 Grand Prix to perform their single and as we previously reported, “he absolutely loved it.” Looks like he’s ready to let bygones be bygones!

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