It appears that Taylor Swift may be the villain of this year’s MTV Music Video Awards

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Clear back in 2009, the world was outraged by Kanye West's brazen microphone kidnapping while Taylor was accepting the award for Best Female Video. 

However, it appears that four years later, Taylor has become the official villain of the VMAs. 

During tonight's show, Taylor was once again awarded the Moonman for Best Female Video for I Knew You Were Trouble, but all anyone is talking about is how crappy she was to her ex, One Direction member Harry Styles, who was at the show. 

The first crappiness came when One Direction took the stage to announce the winner of the Best Pop Video. Taylor turned to her bestie Selena Gomez, who happened to be nominated, and said shut the fuck up, presumably aiming the sentiment to her ex up on stage. Selena ended up winning the award. Kind of sucked the wind out of Selena's win I'm thinking. 

Then when Taylor took the stage to accept the award for Best Female Video, she couldn't help but throw a little shade towards an ex, presumably Harry, by saying “I also want to thank the person who inspired this song…who knows EXACTLY who he is.”

Um, okay. 

Seriously, I think it may be time for Taylor to grow up just a bit and get over this whole ex thing. I think the world might be ready to break up with the whole woe is me bit – or maybe it's just me who is over it. 

On a side note, Taylor looked absolutely stunning. Her hair was fabulous and her dress was amazing. Check out her whole look here

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  1. blondie04196@yahoo.com' Kayla August 26, 2013
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