Tuesday, April 13
Will Selena and Taylor Share Another Boyfriend?
First off, today is my birthday! I don't know if you noticed but it's the 13th today! That is part of why 13 is my lucky number also. I can't believe we were both born on a thirteenth! Ok so, back to reality.
Sorry I haven't posted in a while; there is not much different from what I said before, just the usual praises and good news about Taylor's growing career. Anyways, here is some news.
It is rumored, as I have said before, that Taylor and Cory Monteith, from the hit TV show Glee, were dating. Because Cory and Taylor's Disney friend Selena Gomez will make a movie together called Monte Carlo, acting as couple, they might "share boyfriend."
This would not be the first time something like this happens between the two, now that Selena dated Taylor Lautner in spring 2009, and some months later, while co-starring in the movie Valentine's Day, both Taylors had a confirmed relationship. I hope it doesn't interfere with their friendships, because they are both very special persons. So now that another boy is present and both girls might be into him, will they share boyfriend again? Something tells me they like the same type of boys!
"Here’s where it gets juicy: Cory recently tweeted that he will be co-starring with Gomez in his first feature film, Monte Carlo. “Exciting news!! I’m doing a movie!! http://bit.ly/b1zfQH,” the 27–year-old Glee star wrote on his Twitter page April 8th (Daily Fill)."
So, apart from her love life, Taylor is also being extremely successful in her music career. Her 2010 tour is going great. Just for if you want to know, you can check out a review of her concert at HP Pavilion here. This is part of what it says: "Her singing voice was clear and on pitch, and in response to the skeptical, clearly not lip-synced. Her vocal range is limited and she plays it safe for the most part, sticking closely to her recorded performances, but when she's in her comfort zone, her voice has a sweet, airy tone that works nicely to support the music she writes (San Francisco Chronicle)."