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Taylor Swift, Calvin Harris split after 15 months, reports say

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Taylor Swift and Calvin Harris are seen in Manhattan on May 26, 2015. The pair reportedly broke up on June 1, 2016. Photo Credit: AP / STAR MAX / IPx

Pop star Taylor Swift and her boyfriend, Scottish DJ Calvin Harris, reportedly have broken up, according to multiple reports.

People magazine Wednesday said the two, who have been together since March 2015, ended their relationship amicably. E! added that the split occurred last week, with Us Weekly noting the were last photographed together driving in Los Angeles on May 5.

Neither of their representatives have confirmed the reports.

Harris, 32, perennially ranked by Forbes as the world’s highest paid DJ/electronic dance-music performer, endured tabloid breakup claims last year. He tweeted on Oct. 12, in response to a story alleging he and Swift, 26, had broken up over his going to a Thai massage parlor in Los Angeles the month before.

“It’s not going to be a ‘happy ending’ for everyone I sue for defamation of character for all these stories. . . . ,” Harris, born Adam Wiles, tweeted.

Swift had told Vogue magazine earlier this year, “I’m just taking things as they come,” saying she was “in a magical relationship right now. “And of course I want it to be ours, and low-key … this is the one thing that’s been mine about my personal life.”

The two had celebrated their first anniversary in March, with Swift posting an Instagram photo of an engraved, heart-shaped locket bearing the date 3-6-2015.

They had met in February 2015, E! said, through a mutual friend, singer Ellie Goulding, and soon afterward began dating.

Forbes magazine in August estimated that over the previous 12 months, Harris had earned $66 million. Swift has had a host of No. 1 hits from last year’s album “1989,” including “Shake It Off,” “Blank Space,” “Style,” “Bad Blood,” featuring Kendrick Lamar, and “Wildest Dreams.”

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