Taylor Swift may have made her love life public by writing songs about it, but now the crossover singer is reportedly irked by some recent jokes made at her expense.

According to Fox News, the "I Knew You Were Trouble" singer, 23, has dated 13 guys (all famous or from famous families) over the past four years and hasn't been shy about writing songs based on her relationships and breakups with many of them.

And, according to RadarOnline, now that the jokes are starting up, she's feeling worn down.

"Now she's the butt of jokes on 'Saturday Night Live,' in the tabloids and on the late night shows," a source told Radar. "She laughed it off, but the jokes made about her at the Golden Globes got under her skin."

One joke in particular took its toll on her.

At the Globes, co-host Tina Fey jokingly warned Taylor to stay away from Michael J. Fox's son, Sam, who was there as Mr. Golden Globe.

Later, Michael was asked about the joke and he said, "No. No ... Just back off. I don't keep up with it all. But Taylor Swift writes songs about everybody she goes out with, right? What a way to build a career."

Michael later apologized for the remark and Taylor tweeted to her fans that the two were cool.

"Hey everybody, Michael J. Fox got in touch with me today and we are good," she wrote.

According to Radar, Taylor is thinking of changing her ways.

"The jokes being made about her love life embarrass her, but it's finally hit home with Taylor," the source said. "She really wants to make an effort to slow down and not jump from boyfriend to boyfriend. In a weird way all the negative press has really opened her eyes and will be good for her."

Welcome home party

The Ministry of Defense gave all the young ladies in London a reason to be thankful this week.

Capt. Wales is coming home to be Prince Harry again after a 20-week deployment in Afghanistan.

The handsome prince served as an Apache helicopter pilot with the Army Air Corps, but his exact location wasn't revealed.

According to the Associated Press, Harry's first tour in Afghanistan in 2007-08 was cut short after 10 weeks when a magazine disclosed the details of his whereabouts even after British media agreed to a news blackout for security purposes.