Are taylor and jake gyllenhaal dating
I can't do that." Another part of why Swift and Gyllenhaal may have had trouble with alone time? She explained, "If a dude is threatened by the fact that I need security, if they make me feel like I am some sort of princessy diva — that's a bad sign.I don't have security to make myself look cool, or like I have an entourage.Believe it or not, some reports suggest that Gyllenhaal still carried a torch for Swift for years after their breakup.In summer 2015, a source told , "Jake knows he screwed up the first time around.He wants to keep his private life private, and that's hard to do dating Taylor." She hinted to that this was part of the catalyst for one of her breakups, venting, "Also, I can't deal with someone who's obsessed with privacy.
That's not that long, but in Taylor Swift years, it's practically an eternity. " It turns out, a that though Swift was mature for her age, "When Jake broke her heart, she was so inexperienced she didn't know how to deal with it …
I have security because there's a file of stalkers who want to take me home and chain me to a pipe in their basement." that Gyllenhaal skipped out on Swift's 21st birthday party, leaving her to feel like "damaged goods. "Taylor thought maybe he was planning some sort of surprise. He didn't show up and she locked herself in the bathroom and cried the entire night …
""The day before — all was set — he was coming, no issues. The song that specifically references this 'event' is 'The Moment I Knew.' The lyrics are all about her birthday party and Jake not showing up." that one of her exes often demeaned her, and the context makes it seem like it could apply to Gyllenhaal's alleged pretension when dating her.
Jake Gyllenhaal has made it very clear in previous interviews that he doesn't want to talk about that time he and Taylor Swift lovingly picked apples in an orchard during their short-lived romance.
When the actor was previously asked asked by whether he thought dating Swift was 'playing with fire', he uncomfortably responded: 'I think when you're in a relationship, you are constantly scrutinised, your friends are scrutinised, but...' When the reporter continued with his questioning, it's claimed Gyllenhaal had a stare off with him, before finally replying: 'I would love to not talk about my personal life.' But the actor has finally responded to a question about the singer after being playfully quizzed by Jeff Bauman - a survivor of the Boston marathon bombing who Gyllenhaal plays in upcoming drama 'If you lost your legs in real life, do you think Taylor Swift would write a song about it? When Bauman clarified: 'For you - like a country song', Gyllenhaal joked: 'She sort of moved into pop now.' And that was that.