Taylor Swift just can't stop dating famous guys.
The "Never Ever Getting Back Together" singer has reportedly moved on from recent boyfriend Conor Kennedy to One Direction member Harry Styles.
"I had to literally do a double-take," a witness told People.com, of seeing Styles, 18, with Swift, 22, on the set of "The X Factor" Thursday morning.
Maybe they're just friends.
I crack myself up.
Styles watched Swift rehearse the debut of "State of Grace," which she performed later that night on the Fox reality show.
"He was smiling at her while she rehearsed. When she was done he jumped up on stage, picked her up, put her over his shoulder and carried her off stage," the onlooker said. "The whole crew was really surprised."
Did he bring her back, or are the police now involved?
The singers were also spotted by "X Factor" host Mario Lopez, who says he was slapped on the back by Styles during Swift's rehearsal.
"I said, 'What are you doing here,'" Lopez said on his 104.3 MY FM radio show Friday. "And he sort of (pointed) toward Taylor."
Lopez went on to say he later saw the two "hand-in-hand."
A telling sign may have been a look Styles shared with his bandmate Niall Horan a week earlier after Horan told People.com his favorite song of 2012 was Swift's "Never Ever Getting Back Together."
When asked if he would ever date Swift, Horan gave a small laugh, looked at Styles and answered with a succinct, "no."
Here's another telling sign: Swift is already getting death threats from One Direction fans.
LINDSAY LOHAN NOT FEELING VERY SISTERLY: Lindsay Lohan wants nothing to do with her newly discovered 17-year-old sister, according to TMZ.
According to Lohan's friends, the actress is 100 percent done with the "circus" that is her father Michael Lohan and doesn't want to meet her half-sister Ashley.
That's right. She has her own circus to manage.
Michael Lohan took a DNA test on national TV to determine whether he fathered Ashley in 1995 with a former mistress, and the results came back positive. The announcement was made last week.
TMZ reported that Lindsay Lohan was aware of the paternity dispute, since it's been going back and forth for years, but didn't know her father took a DNA test until the story went public.
Lohan hasn't communicated with her dad since he leaked the recorded phone call during her fight with her mother Dina last month. She no longer wants anything to do with him. And she tells friends her life is better without his drama.
Come on, Lindsay, lighten up. It happens to all of us.
Lohan supposedly has no hard feeling toward Ashley, but finds the entire situation "disgusting," especially since her father had the affair while still married to her mom.
Michael Lohan told TMZ, "I am sorry to hear Lindsay feels that way. I met Ashley and she is a good kid. But we all have our choices to make in life, as well as our own prerogatives. Who knows, maybe someday things will change. Regardless, I want the best for all my kids."
SELENA GOMEZ GOES TO HOSPITAL: Selena Gomez had a big weekend.
The singer ended up in the emergency room Monday morning, suffering from a sore throat she feared was strep. The pain caused her to cancel a recording session over the weekend.
Apparently they don't have regular old doctor's offices or urgent care facilities in Hollywood. I blame Obamacare.
Sources said doctors don't think she has strep, but tests won't be back for a couple days. In the meantime, she needs plenty of fluids, lots of rest, and no screaming at Justin Bieber in Japanese restaurants, at least until the weekend.
The pair were spotted at a Japanese restaurant Friday night, a date that lasted about ten minutes, when Gomez stormed out with Bieber on her heels. They left in separate cars, and Bieber ended up outside her gated community, yelling for her to let him in.
Apparently she did, eventually, as his car was seen leaving her neighborhood the next morning. They were then spotted after Sunday night's American Music Awards.
Good. America needs these two to spend the rest of their lives together.
That's just as well, because we're all counting on these two spending the rest of their lives together.
O.J. DIDN'T DO IT, SAYS SERIAL KILLER: A serial killer on death row is taking credit for the murders of Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman.
Glen Rogers -- who's currently on death row in Florida -- has allegedly confessed to murdering Brown and Goldman, saying O.J. Simpson paid him to break into Brown's and steal jewelry.
"My Brother the Serial Killer" claims Glen Rogers, who is currently on death row for another murder, is responsible for the 1994 deaths of O.J. Simpson's ex-wife Nicole Simpson and her friend Ron Goldman.
The documentary, which airs 9 p.m. Nov. 21 on Investigation Discovery, does not include an interview with Rogers' himself, but prominently features interviews with Rogers' brother Clay.
The Daily Mail said that Rogers confessed to the Brown-Goldman killings after he was already in jail for the 1995 murders of Tina Marie Cribbs in Tampa and Sandra Gallagher in Los Angeles. He is also suspected of killing at least 10 others and once claimed to have murdered 70 people.
The Huffington Post reported that Rogers reportedly provided receipts to police that show he was working as a house painter in Los Angeles in 1994 when Brown was murdered. The documentary supposedly says he told family members that he was working for Simpson and that he said she was rich and he was going to "take her down."
Rogers also provided a "detailed account" of the Goldman-Brown Simpson slayings to criminal profiler Anthony Meoli, according to the documentary.
Simpson never mentioned Rogers to investigators because he didn't want his own dealings with Rogers exposed.
Reports on the Rogers case have not explained how what was planned as a jewelry theft ended up as a double homicide.
Rogers was apprehended after his family tipped off investigators to his whereabouts. Clay Rogers explains his decision to do so in the documentary.
"I wasn't turning in my brother," he said. "I was turning in a serial killer."
Ron Goldman's father Fred isn't buying it.
"O.J. Simpson murdered Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman," Goldman said, according to TMZ. "The criminal trial showed overwhelming and monumental evidence that O.J. Simpson was the killer. There was no contrary evidence other than guess, innuendo, and rumor. The fact of the acquittal at the hands of the jury will never wash away this murder from the hands of O.J. Simpson, no matter how many Glen Rogers pop up on the media radar screen."
MICK JAGGER SYMPATHIZES WITH ONE DIRECTION: One Direction has the sympathy of Mick Jagger.
To which the members of the British boy band and its entire fan base say :"Who?"
"I watched a concert of One Direction on the TV the other night, you know just to check (it) out," Jagger told CNN. "It reminded me very much of (The Rolling Stones') early concerts, when we were pushed around among the audience and we would kind of float. (T)hey were like, floating above the audience, and they looked like, really distinctly uncomfortable. I remember feeling that same uncomfortable feeling of being pushed around in this very weird place about 50 years ago."
Jagger's fellow Rolling Stone Ron Wood said he was a fan of the band before they hit it big and had extended an open invitation for a jam session to Harry Styles and friends.
This is getting weird.
The Rolling Stones turned 50 this year, an anniversary they're celebrating with a tour and some secret shows. As for One Direction, they recently released "Take Me Home," an album that lit up the teen blogosphere and a near certainty for the No. 1. spot on the Billboard charts.
NOVEMBER 20 IN HISTORY
Tuesday is Nov. 20, the 325th day of 2012. There are 41 days left in the year.
1620: Peregrine White was born aboard the Mayflower in Massachusetts Bay; he was the first child born of English parents in present-day New England.
1789: New Jersey became the first state to ratify the Bill of Rights.
1910: The Mexican Revolution of 1910 had its beginnings under the Plan of San Luis Potosi issued by Francisco I. Madero.
1947: Britain's future queen, Princess Elizabeth, married Philip Mountbatten, Duke of Edinburgh, at Westminster Abbey.
1952: President-elect Dwight D. Eisenhower announced his selection of John Foster Dulles to be his secretary of state.
1959: The United Nations issued its Declaration of the Rights of the Child.
1962: President John F. Kennedy held a news conference in which he announced the end of the naval quarantine of Cuba imposed during the missile crisis, and the signing of an executive order prohibiting discrimination in federal housing facilities.
1967: The U.S. Census Bureau's Population Clock at the Commerce Department ticked past 200 million.
1969: The Nixon administration announced a halt to residential use of the pesticide DDT as part of a total phaseout. A group of American Indian activists began a 19-month occupation of Alcatraz Island in San Francisco Bay.
1975: After nearly four decades of absolute rule, Spain's General Francisco Franco died, two weeks before his 83rd birthday.
1982: In one of college football's oddest finales, the University of California used five laterals to score a disputed winning touchdown on the last play of a game against Stanford, 25-20.
1992: Fire seriously damaged Windsor Castle, the favorite weekend home of Britain's Queen Elizabeth II.
2002: On the eve of a NATO summit in the Czech Republic, President George W. Bush, recalling Europe's grim history of "excusing aggression," challenged skeptical allies to stand firm against Saddam Hussein. A German doctor conducted Britain's first public autopsy in more than 170 years, an event denounced by the British Medical Association's Head of Ethics as "degrading and disrespectful." (Prof. Gunther von Hagens charged spectators 12 pounds ($19) each for the event at a London gallery.)
2007: A judge in St. George, Utah, sentenced polygamous-sect leader Warren Jeffs to five years to life in prison for his role in the arranged marriage of an underage girl to her older cousin. (Jeffs' conviction was overturned by the Utah Supreme Court in 2010; prosecutors decided against a re-trial because Jeffs was already serving a life sentence in Texas in a separate case.) Scientists in Japan and the U.S. reported creating the equivalent of embryonic stem cells from ordinary skin cells. Ian Smith, the last white prime minister of Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe), died near Cape Town, South Africa, at age 88.
2011: Spain's opposition conservatives were swept into power as voters dumped the Socialists -- the third time in as many weeks Europe's debt crisis had claimed a government. Tony Stewart held off Carl Edwards to win his third NASCAR championship in the season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
Nobel Prize-winning author Nadine Gordimer (89), actress Estelle Parsons is 85. Comedian Dick Smothers (74), Vice President Joe Biden (70), broadcast journalist Judy Woodruff (66), musician Joe Walsh (65), actress Bo Derek (56), former NFL player Mark Gastineau (56), actress Sean Young (53), actress Ming-Na (49), rapper Mike D (The Beastie Boys) (47), rapper Sen Dog (Cypress Hill) (47), actor Joel McHale (41), Olympic gold medal gymnast Dominique Dawes (36), actress Ashley Fink (TV: "Glee") (26), rock musician Jared Followill (Kings of Leon) (26).