If you've been living under a celluloid rock, the world's romantic comedy stars joined together in February's hot mess, Valentine's Day, and we got treated to tons of celebs popping up for a few minutes here and there in the mostly-OK flick.
Did you miss it? Perhaps you did.
We got Jessica Alba, Bradley Cooper, Anne Hathaway, Ashton Kutcher, Jessica Biel and a ton of other stars showing off their rom-com chops. Including former lovebirds Taylor Swift and Taylor Lautner.
For the two pretty teens, this film lit the spark in their once-fiery relationship (Tay-Squared, anyone?). So you can guess how freakin' interested we were when a certain knowledgeable source dropped a hint about the film's upcoming sequel, New Year's Eve...
Turns out it features an all-new cast of characters (quick, somebody call Jennifer Aniston, and please nobody tell Gerard Butler). Unless, of course, one particular starlet is asked to stay—none other than Swift!
"They were thinking about having Taylor Swift be in college at NYU," whispers one of our sneakiest sources (who's directly involved with the sequel project). "They were throwing her name out there a while back."
If this comes to pass, Taylor would probably be the one single cast member returning for the sequel, with the exception of director Garry Marshall mainstay favorite Hector Elizondo, who would return as the grandfather figure.
That's great and stuff, but what's burning on our minds is, would the other half of Tay-Squared also make a return appearance in the sequel?
"I don't think Taylor Lautner would come back," sassed our source. "They only mentioned Taylor Swift, and she's not even in right now."
The chances are slim of both toothy types returning, but ooh, we can just imagine the gooey stuff that would be an on-screen Taylor-Taylor reunion! Can't you?!
(Certainly more than anything they ever offered in real life.)