Prepare yourself for a new Taylor Swift album filled with breakup songs.
Multiple sources have confirmed to Us Weekly that the rumored split of Taylor and One Direction's Harry Styles is true.
"They are 100 percent over," a source said.
"They had a fight," another insider said. Harry, 18, "said something he shouldn't have. ... This [breakup] is definitely going to be for good."
Rumors had been swirling that the couple of two months had a spat during their vacation in the Virgin Islands over New Year's. Taylor, 23, reportedly cut the holiday short and flew back home to Nashville after only three days.
Harry didn't seem too broken up about it all, as he was photographed in a hot tub with friends and making time to hang with billionaire Richard Branson, who owns a neighboring island.
Harry and Taylor first stepped out as a couple in November during a taping of "The X Factor" and had been spotted together on a consistent basis afterword.
But perhaps this won't be fuel for Taylor's next big album -- People magazine sources say neither party ever took the romance very seriously.
Yo, homes, to Bel Air!
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are in nesting mode.
The pair, who are expecting their first child, have reportedly bought an $11 million Bel Air home. The 10,000-square-foot house in a gated community will reportedly be completely gutted and rebuilt for their new family.
The future prince or princess of Bel Air will be raised in a 14,000-square-foot mansion that will feature a gym, movie theater, hair and makeup salon, bowling alley, basketball court and indoor and outdoor pools.
According to Us, the pair will be in good company -- their neighbors are Jennifer Aniston, Chris Paul and Joe Francis.
Rumor has it that pop princess Britney Spears will not return as a judge for "The X Factor's" third season.
Fox president Kevin Reilly opened up about the topic Tuesday.
"For next year, I don't know," Kevin said. When asked if he's on board to bring her back for season three, he quickly answered "yeah."
But the top dog at Fox admitted that he "hasn't talked about any of this going forward" with the show's producer, Simon Cowell.
But Kevin said he loved having Brit on the show and thinks she did great. "I actually thought it went very, very well. It was fraught with unknowns. I think Britney did a really good job. She came on, people remain fascinated by her and always will be. People got to know her a little bit."
Fellow judge L.A. Reid announced last year that he's not returning to the Fox reality series, which could leave it looking for two new faces.