Are Taylor Swift and Joe Jonas Still Friends?

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Taylor Swift and Joe Jonas used to be an item back in 2008.

Swift chats with Ellen about a number of topics, including her "ME!" music video, her proclivity for leaving "Easter Eggs", rumors about "Avengers: Endgame", her role in the upcoming "Cats" adaptation, and more. She told DeGeneres: "Probably when I like put Joe Jonas on blast on your show".

"Yeah, that was too much", she added.

Ellen joked the incident must have "held on" to the 'Me!' singer because she didn't remember it herself.

Back in 2008, the Grammy victor was promoting her second album, "Fearless", on Ellen's show and revealed that she and Jonas had broken up and she added a last-minute song to the album called "Forever and Always" which was about them.

"There's one [song] that's about [Jonas], but that guy's not in my life anymore, unfortunately", the "ME!" hitmaker explained at the time.

The Blank Space hit maker appeared at the Ellen DeGeneres show recently to make amends with a few things she had done in her days of yore out of sheer uncontrollable emotions.

"For those who have expressed concern over the "27 second" phone call, I called to discuss feelings with the other person", Jonas wrote.

Yes, that's certainly "ouch" and Swift made no apologies, adding, "Sorry, I had to".

Despite Swift slamming him on TV, their teenage years are well behind them and the exes have moved on - and are still friends. Yeah, we're friends", adding, "In this industry you meet a lot of people and you stay in touch.

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