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Partying without your love interest doesn't have to signal trouble in paradise, right?

The fashion streets were talking after Taylor Swift showed up solo at the Met gala on Monday, May 2 in New York City, leaving her DJ boyfriend Calvin Harris at home.

Page Six reports rumors began spreading that the couple had parted ways as Taylor danced with Tom Hiddleston at the gala and the hung out with the band Haim in the VIP section of an after-party at Up&Down in NYC.

However, another source tells the outlet Taylor, 26, and Calvin, 32, are "definitely still together." He's just "not the kind of guy that goes to a lot of events."

Although it's hard to imagine that a world class DJ doesn't like parties, it is clear that Taylor and Calvin seem to be just fine. In fact, they were spotted together in Los Angeles on Wednesday, May 4 riding around in Calvin's Range Rover.

The couple appeared to be laughing and having a great time hanging out. The Daily Mail reports the superstar DJ recently said he relies on Taylor's support while he's on tour because she cheers him up with her upbeat personality.

"She's fantastic," Calvin said. "She knows when it's time to leave me for a bit on my own. Before the show."

He says the "Shake It Off" singer makes everyone on his team feel better. "She's super encouraging and she kind of gets her vibe going with other people as well, you know, she can even cheer up my manager which is an unbelievable feat! So it's fantastic having her around," he said.

The Scottish producer also said he's warming up to the United States thanks to Taylor. He's particularly fond of his lady's Nashville hometown. "I've kind of got a soft spot for Nashville nowadays actually. It's a really kind of peaceful, friendly place and I'd never been there like until last year."

Last year the power couple was ranked as the highest-paid celebrity couple in music by Forbes, with combined earnings of more than $146 million.

This love connection is clearly valuable in more ways than we can count.