The Sweetest Revenge? Taylor Swift Gets Sexy In Ralph Lauren At People’s Choice Awards

10 January 2013 by

Wow. Whilst most of us spend our post break-up days slogging around in our pyjamas planning a new hair cut Taylor Swift stepped out at the People’s Choice Awards last night showing Harry Styles exactly what he's missing. Wearing an ivory silk sablé gown by Ralph Lauren Collection, Taylor looked – it’s pretty fair to say – absolutely amazing. In fact, we've never seen her looking so darn smokin' and hello massively plunging neckline! Has someone been taking cues from Blake Lively's red carpet manual?

It’s been less than a week since Harry and Taylor reportedly split following a giant row on their post New Year's holiday in the Virgin Islands (it’s alright for some, eh?). It’s thought that the country songstress ended their two-and-a-half month relationship after arguments over Harry’s flirtatious ways - with other women, not her, of course.

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Is Taylor reminding you of this blonde bombshell?

Since then she has been spotted out and about in Los Angeles whilst Harry flew home to London, last night heading out with pal James Cordon and Tinie Tempah. According to newspaper reports, though, London wasn’t Harry’s first stop, he stopped off on the way home at Necker Island – Richard Branson’s private paradise where he is thought to have spent some time flirting with actress Hermione Way. All the more reason for Taylor to want to look fabulous really.

Taylor collected the Best Country Artist award at the LA ceremony and looked sliiightly uncomfortable when Olivia Munn tried to 'Kanye' her. You may remember back in 2009 when Kanye interrupted Taylor’s acceptance speech at the MTV Video Music Awards to say that Beyonce should have won the award. Yikes. Luckily Bey let her finish her speech later on... She’s kind like that.

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