Taylor Swift, Tom Hiddleston “Revenge Body” Story NOT True

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Taylor Swift Revenge Body Tom Hiddleston

By Shari Weiss

Taylor Swift Revenge Body Tom Hiddleston

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Taylor Swift is not trying to get “revenge” on Tom Hiddleston by looking “hot,” despite a ridiculous report. Gossip Cop can easily debunk the silly story.

“Revenge Body! Taylor Swift DESPERATE To Have The ‘Perfect’ Figure Following Tom Hiddleston Split,” reads a headline from OK!, which writes, “Taylor Swift is now a single lady, which means it’s time to look hot! The singer was spotted on her way into the gym to work on her revenge body following the news that she split with her boyfriend of 3 months, Tom Hiddleston!”

The tabloid specifically claims Swift has been “working hard on perfecting her very famous and reportedly $40 million dollar insured long legs!” A so-called “insider” is quoted as saying, “Taylor loves showing off her pins and she’s been working out extra hard to get more tone in them — her calf muscles are already starting to show results.”

But how does that make Swift “desperate”? And what does it have to do with Hiddleston? The outlet has no idea, so it merely says that the “results” of the singer’s workouts are “are showing at the perfect time now that she’s back on the market!”

In other words, Swift went to the gym this week, so OK! decided to craft a photo gallery sensationally and baselessly connecting the outing to her breakup. That makes the magazine desperate, not the superstar. Not to mention, Swift didn’t all of a sudden start going to the gym in the wake of her split.

The health-conscious songstress has been seen going to and from for years, and obviously, Hiddleston had nothing to do with all those workouts. It’s also worth noting that the tabloid included a glaring lie in this manufactured tale. As Gossip Cop reported last year, Swift’s legs are NOT insured for $40 million.

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