In the definitive ranking of Taylor Swift's most angsty songs about her exes, "Forever and Always" fits somewhere between "Dear John" and "Picture to Burn."But regardless of what happened back in 2008, Joe Jonas, the subject of "Forever and Always," says he and his former GF are now on good terms."I think we're friends," Joe said in an interview with Access Hollywood.
There's nothing worse than running into your ex -- unless you planned it.
Taylor Swift seems to have put her "Bad Blood" aside, reuniting with ex-boyfriend Joe Jonas and his rumored GF Gigi Hadid for some food with friends earlier this week. While I would have loved to be invited to that lunch to listen first hand, I wasn't.
Taylor, who was spotted with BF Calvin Harris earlier in the day, looked to be having a good time as Gigi sat in between the one-time couple at Plan Check in Los Angeles. Instead, I came up with 7 things that might have been topics of discussion between the friendly exes.
Joe Jonas poked fun at his split from Taylor Swift on E! The Jonas Brothers star - who dated the 'I Knew You Were Trouble' hitmaker in 2008 - quipped about his former flame's unlucky dating history in an interview with Joan Rivers.
The comedienne said: ''Joe, you're the one who dumped Taylor Swift?
''The 24-year-old star responded: ''I think it's me and a few others, but yeah.''Joe appears to be alluding to Taylor's high profile failed relationships with stars including Jake Gyllenhaal, John Mayer and most recently, One Direction heartthrob Harry Styles.The country singer, who has a penchant for penning songs about her heartbreak, is rumoured to have written three songs about her ex-boyfriend.Joe's brother Kevin joked about the musical tributes: ''We still haven't seen the royalty check.It's weird.''Taylor, 23, infamously revealed that Joe broke up with her in a 27 second phone call in an interview in 2008.She said: ''It was, like, a record, I think, for how quick. That's got to be a record.''It's all right - I'm cool.After just three months of dating Kate Hudson and Lance Armstrong have already called it quits, says Perez.