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Is someone having a change of heart?

Taylor Swift was snapped posing for a pic with her ex-boyfriend Harry Styles at an MTV VMA after party at the Soho Grand Hotel Sunday evening.

The pop singer and boy bander didn't appear to be uncomfortable in the photograph whatsoever, and even smiled for the camera. The two flanked Ed Sheeran and another male pal just hours after T.Swift made what appeared to be a dig at the One Direction cutie.

During the show, the blond beauty seemed to mouth the f-bomb while the boy band presented an award onstage.

Sitting with pal Selena Gomez, the 23-year-old Swift was watching the boys from the audience when she appeared to mouth the words "Shut the f--k up."

The camera then cut to Styles, who smirked as he kept chewing his gum. But according to Swifties buzzing on the internet, things aren't exactly as they seem.

Fan consensus claims that she was actually telling the "Come & Get It" singer, "sorry for my arm," as she moved in her seat.

Either way, there's no denying that the split between the two singers left Swift a bit salty.

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After all, she penned "I Knew You Were Trouble" primarily about the bad boy bander.

Styles seems to have resigned himself to the fact that he—along with any other guy Swift has dated—will always be fodder for savory musical material.

During an interview with Us Weekly, the 19-year-old Styles said, "It would be hypocritical for me to say she couldn't do it because everybody writes songs based on personal experience."

But he did give props where they were due: "At least she's a great songwriter!"

Maybe these two are on better terms than it seems!

What do you think that Swift mouthed to Gomez during the awards show? Tell us below!

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