What Harry Styles and Taylor Swift said to each other at Grammys

Dusty Baxter-Wright
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Photo credit: Getty Images
Photo credit: Getty Images

From Cosmopolitan

Harry Styles and Taylor Swift's reunion was one of the standout moments of the 2021 Grammy awards - alongside Beyoncé's strapless mask and Lizzo being Lizzo, of course.

So it's no surprise fans of the couple have been obsessing over the moment on social media ever since. ICYMI, both Taylor and Harry were up for the best pop solo performance award at this year's socially distanced ceremony.

'Watermelon Sugar' scooped up the gong - Harry's first Grammy - and while many were over the moon for the 27-year-old, others were more excited about his reunion with his ex-girlfriend.

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Harry and Taylor briefly dated in 2012, with many speculating about whether her song 'Style' is about him, and One Direction's song 'Perfect' is about her. The pair were caught on camera having a casual catch up by the singer's table - and now fans have tried to dissect what they were saying.

"Harry saying 'it was nice to see you' to Taylor," one lip reader on Twitter explained, while another suggested Harry was greeting her about their nominations.

"I can just HEAR Harry at the end 'Well it was nice to see you Taylor!' omfg I love them so much it hurts." Someone else put, "Watching Harry say 'Well it was nice to see you" to Taylor really just has me *crying eye emoji*. If that makes any sense."

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Taylor Swift and actor Joe Alwyn have been together since 2016, while Harry Styles recently went public with his relationship with Don't Worry Director Olivia Wilde.

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