Calvin Harris ‘thinks Kendall Jenner could be good match’


The superstar DJ recently broke up with pop sweetheart Taylor Swift. The split shocked everyone, especially as the romance had seemed to be heading for a happily ever after. Not long after saying goodbye to Calvin, Taylor was spotted on the arm of British actor Tom Hiddleston, and the pair has been inseparable ever since.

Sources claim Calvin isn’t taking the new romance well, but is already thinking about who he could date next. Top of the list is allegedly model Kendall, who sources say he thinks could be his perfect match.

“He feels totally burnt by what’s happened with Taylor,” the insider told Britain’s Grazia magazine. “When they broke up they agreed to keep things civil, but he must be totally humiliated that she’s moved on so quickly and in such a public way. Calvin’s joked that it would serve Taylor's right for him and Kendall to get together. He’s always been attracted to her and they’ve enjoyed a friendly flirtation in the past.”

Read more: Calvin Harris ‘hurt by Taylor Swift and Tom Hiddleston’s romance’

Kendall and Taylor are in the same circle of friends, though the model was noticeably absent from Taylor’s recent Fourth of July party, where she packed on the PDA with her new beau.

One reason for her no show may be Taylor’s current problems with Kendall’s brother-in-law Kanye West. The two have fallen out before but the latest round of arguing came about after Kanye, married to Kendall’s half-sister Kim Kardashian, featured a naked waxwork of Taylor in his music video, Famous. The track also has the lyrics: “I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex Why? I made that b**ch famous” which also previously caused a rift between the two singers.

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“The Kardashians look after their own, and Kendall has been told in no uncertain terms that she has to side with Kanye on this one,” the insider said.

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