Taylor Swift And Conor Kennedy Never, Ever, Ever Getting Back Together?

Taylor Swift And Conor Kennedy Never, Ever, Ever Getting Back TogetherLooks like Taylor Swift will have some fresh material for her next album! The pop star, 22, and beau Conor Kennedy, 18, are over, sources confirm to PEOPLE. The pair, who enjoyed a whirlwind summer romance frolicking through Hyannis Port, Mass., showing several public displays of affection, split a while ago.

‘She ended it’

“His friends have said it’s over,” says a source at his school, the Deerfield Academy, adding, “I have the feeling she ended it.”

It’s a bummer since Swift even got the stamp of approval from Conor’s grandma, Ethel Kennedy, who called the starlet, “spectacular.” When you get closer to your beau’s family, it becomes even more of a bummer than it already is.


‘Busy schedule’

In August, a source told PEOPLE Swift was “swept off her feet” by her then-boyfriend. But Swift’s busy schedule could have made things difficult. She’s currently promoting her new album, Red, performing at the Country Music Awards Thursday, will co-host the Grammy nomination concert, and just announced a 2013 tour.

Granting that it was a whirlwind summer romance, do you think Taylor Swift and Conor Kennedy are never, ever, ever getting back together? Do you think this story will make it to Swift’s next album? Feel free to share your thoughts and opinions with us via the comment box below!

Source: People

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Beastie Boys’ Adam Yauch Dies At 47

Beastie Boys rapper Adam Yauch has died at the age of 47, his publicist has confirmed to the BBC.

The musician, director and Tibet activist was diagnosed with salivary gland cancer in 2009. Yauch underwent surgery and radiation therapy but said in 2011 reports he was totally cancer-free were “exaggerated”.

Under the alias MCA, he formed part of the band that eventually became the Beastie Boys, selling 40 million albums worldwide with Mike D and Ad Roc. The Beastie Boys started out as a hardcore punk outfit called The Young Aborigines in 1979 but switched to hip hop in 1984. Two years later they launched their critically-acclaimed debut album Licensed To Ill, which spawned the hit singles (You Gotta) Fight For Your Right (To Party) and No Sleep Till Brooklyn..


Yauch was the band’s filmographer, directing several of their videos under the pseudonym Nathaniel Hornblower. He also directed the band’s concert movie Awesome… I Shot That, which stitched together footage from dozens of audience-members.

The Beastie Boys were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame last month, but Yauch was not able to attend. On the night, The Red Hot Chili Peppers dedicated their performance to Yauch. He is survived by his wife, Dechen Wangdu, and their daughter, Tenzin Losel, as well as his parents Frances and Noel Yauch.

What song sung by Adam Yauch do you like best? Share your favorites with us!

Source: BBC News

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