Taylor wants to take Harris romance to next level

Taylor wants to take Harris romance to next level

Taylor Swift has reportedly asked Calvin Harris to move into her Los Angeles apartment.

The 'Bad Blood' hitmaker has told the superstar DJ she wants to take their romance to the next level - despite only meeting at the BRIT Awards in February - and Calvin is said to have accepted her offer to movie and has already transferred some of his stuff into her LA home.

According to the US edition of OK! magazine, a friend of Taylor revealed: "Taylor has asked Calvin to move in with her in LA, and he's accepted. Calvin has already moved a bunch of his stuff into Taylor's place."

Taylor wants to take Harris romance to next level

The 25-year-old singer's close friend also revealed she has introduced Calvin, 31 to her parents, father Scott and mother Andrea - who was recently diagnosed with cancer - while on a trip to her hometown.

The source added: "(She knows) they are into this for the long-term. They adore everything about each other including their friends and family. It's early days still, but these two are crazy in love and ready to dive straight in. He's as smitten as she is, so their attitude is like, 'Why wait?' "

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