by Free Britney at . Comments

Taylor Swift's infamous "shut the f--k up" comment at the MTV Video Music Awards was not actually about Harry Styles, her friend Ed Sheeran says.

Taylor Swift VMA Cursing

Sheeran said in an interview that Swift's "STFU" remark, caught on camera as the One Direction singer was speaking, looked bad, but was not what you think.

It was not aimed at her ex, but at her best friend Selena Gomez, who said seconds earlier that she thought Miley Cyrus was going to win Best Pop Video.

In response to that comment, Sheeran says, Taylor Swift told her to "Shut the f--k up" as a means of saying Gomez will win the award (which she did).

Sheeran added that Swift came up to him after realizing this blew up online and explained what happened with Selena, noting that "I messed up."

So ... Taylor is not a vindictive ex, but rather a good friend?

Not as good for celebrity gossip, but better for society!

by Hilton Hater at . Comments

Forget Video of the Year or Best Collaboration.

Miley Cyrus won the unofficial trophy for Most Ridiculous at the MTV Video Music Awards last night, thanks to her stuffed bear and foam finger-based performance of "We Can't Stop."

And Taylor Swift clearly took home the title of Most Bitter Ex-Girlfriend, as cameras actually captured the singer turning to BFF Selena Gomez when ex-boyfriend Harry Styles was on stage with his bandmates and saying four simple words:

Shut. The. F-ck. Up.

Yes, it's clear Taylor has some pent up anger at Styles.

Perhaps she should write a song about it - which he says he's already anticipating. Watch the following GIF for to assess Swift's apparent response on repeat:

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