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On Sunday, the baby-faced duo, who shared an extended public embrace during the chanteuse's Chicago concert two weeks ago, stepped out together in matching black ensembles to watch a Los Angeles Kings hockey game.
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Later that night, paparazzi caught the buffed-up "Twilight" star, 17, and the chart-topper, 19, entering the Beverly Wilshire Hotel, where they appeared "very shy" as they made their way through the lobby.
"They could have been a lot sneakier if they wanted to," a snapper maintains to photo agency X17. "These two weren't going to any great lengths to hide the fact that they were spending the night together!"
Or not. At all.
It turns out Swift was bunking with her mother at the hotel, while Lautner was rumored to be staying elsewhere, which isn't exactly the recipe for a cozy night in.
That means, with Taylor Squared being such squeaky-clean types, it was likely a G-rated evening that ended with a chaste "good night," after which they both flossed their teeth, slipped on flannel PJs, said their prayers and counted fluffy sheep while falling asleep with angelic smiles on their faces.
Besides, something tells us that Lautner, who will soon begin a massive publicity push for "New Moon," is on his best behavior in light of Swift's recent comments about her musical inspiration.
"If you're horrible to me I'm going to write a song about you and you are not going to like it. That's how I operate," the singer declares to the Mail on Sunday's You magazine (Kanye, watch your back). "If guys don't want me to write songs about them, they shouldn't do bad things!"
Indeed, after Joe Jonas broke up with her in a 27-second phone call, Swift reportedly penned "Forever & Always," which includes the lyrics, "Was I out of line? / Did I say something way too honest? / That made you run and hide like a scared little boy?"
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Taylor says her habit of taking revenge in catchy tunes is a good way to determine whether a guy can be trusted.
"If they're afraid, going into the relationship, that they're going to end up having a bad song written about them … Well, then they don't have the best of intentions, do they?" she figures. "It's a nice weeding-out process."
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