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It's nice to know that even Taylor Swift has teenage regrets.


T-Swift appeared on Ellen's "Burning Questions" segment and revealed that she had a regret from her 18-year-old self.

Swift was 18 in 2008, back in the days of Colbie Caillat's "Bubbly":

Colbie Caillat - Bubbly www.youtube.com

And at the time, she was dating Joe Jonas.

As we know, when T-Swift breaks up with somebody, they become an album.

But at 18-years-old, not only did Taylor write a song about Joe Jonas, she put him on blast when she appeared on Ellen soon after their break up.

Now she thinks she shouldn't have done that and that it was "too much."





Jonas became a topic of discussion between Swift and DeGeneres on Ellen's show in 2008.

"There's one [song] that's about that guy, but that guy's not in my life anymore, unfortunately. That's ouch," she told Ellen about Joe.

"We haven't talked since, but you know what, some day I'm gonna find someone really, really great who's right for me... When I look at that person, I'm not even going to remember the boy who broke up with me over the phone in 25 seconds when I was 18."


Memorable Moment: Taylor Swift on Joe Jonas www.youtube.com

Swift, now 29, says she regrets this (admittedly iconic and totally shady) moment.

Taylor Swift Answers Ellen's 'Burning Questions' www.youtube.com

Swift is now dating The Favourite's Joe Alwyn.




Meanwhile, Jonas is married to Sophie Turner, best known as her role as Sansa Stark in Game Of Thrones.




The sweetest.

Jonas and Swift are definitely on better terms now than they were ten years ago.

Does that mean there's hope for the rest of us getting on and finding our dream people?

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