Everything has changed.
Bad news for those fans who were hoping for "Dear John Part 2" on Taylor Swift's upcoming pop album, 1989: The lyrics won't be so boyfriend-centric this time around.
In an interview with Fusion, Swift details the difference between her upcoming album and her last. "[Red] was a devastating record. It was about dealing with an intense heartbreak." On the other hand, Swift says 1989 is about “the phase after that where you brush yourself off and you’re okay... [Writing Red] I was very enamored by romance and the idea of that."
Hear that? Red is all about crying into your ice cream, and 1989 is about putting on a cute dress and drinking with your girlfriends. That certainly fits with the public perception of Swift's life in the past year: She's hasn't publicly dated anyone in a while, and her Instagram is littered with photos of her famous gal pals, including Lena Dunham and sometimes-roommate Karlie Kloss.
“At this point, I just want to be with my friends and I want to make music and I want to play shows,” she said. "I want travel the world and I want to define my life on my own terms. That’s my list of priorities now, which is different than it was a couple of years ago."
Looks like Harry Styles dodged a musical bullet.