Harry Styles and Taylor Swift Avoid Each Other in France: Taylor Trust Issues to Blame for Breakup?
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With the past weekend bringing Harry Styles and Taylor Swift together in the same city for the NRJ Awards, many wondered if Haylor part 2 would happen.
Turns out, it didn't.
In fact, by all accounts, Harry and Taylor managed to completely avoid each other, though she did take to the stage to perform "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together," which many thought to be a dig on Harry.
There was also a fair distance, time wise, in Taylor's appearance on the red carpet--she came 25 minutes after the One Direction guys hit the carpet.
A source tells Us Magazine, "It was very carefully timed so they didn't do the carpet at the same time. Taylor didn't do any backstage interviews and didn't use a dressing room--she changed at the hotel because she didn't want to see Harry at any point...Things were timed to keep them apart and for it to not become a big media circus."
Meanwhile, RadarOnline.com recently reported the umpteenth theory for why Harry and Taylor broke up, with a source telling the site, "Taylor has serious trust issues, something that is being severely tested dating Harry. Harry courts a lot of attention. He's a big flirt and loves the ladies. Taylor doesn't like that and finds it very difficult to trust him."
According to the source, Taylor reportedly, "thought he was cheating on her when they were apart over the holidays so she ended it, telling him she couldn't be in a relationship with someone like that."
The source continued, "Harry protested that he never did anything wrong, and that's why Taylor is trying right now to give him the benefit of the doubt and trying to work things out with him."
Taylor took off from Cannes to spend a little girl bonding time with pal Hailee Steinfeld, tweeting pics of their time together: "Had the best day off in Paris, meandering around, laughing hysterically with @haileesteinfeld."