Taylor Swift and Calvin Harris' relationship could possibly have come into a bitter end recently, but Tayvin fans continue to be stretching to have their love alive in any respect they can.
Right now, they're finding hope in "This is What You Came For," Calvin's single featuring Rihanna that dropped shortly before Tayvin split. Earlier this week, the Twitterverse was rife with speculation that Taylor was really featured for the song, believing a number of the "oooh"s within the song sounded nearly the same as Tay.
Now some fans take things a stride further, and speculating that Taylor helped Calvin Harris write the song.
No one knows the place that the rumor started exactly, but there are some clues that fans believe prove the truth is.
Exhibit A: At some point, the Wikipedia entry for "TIWYCF" listed Taylor being a co-writer.
It was eventually changed to your writer named Nils Sjöberg .
Now, Wikipedia is simply by no means a trusted source for songwriting credits since it is easily edited by trolls, there is however more for this conspiracy...
Exhibit B: Fans believe Nils Sjöberg is surely an alias Taylor uses to post pop songs.
Exhibit C: Who is Nils Sjöberg?!
If Nils Sjöberg is surely an actual person, he's an elusive and mysterious one.
I did a rapid Google search and learned that there can be an actual artist named Nils Sjöberg available, but he isn't the one who writes songs with Calvin Harris. This Nils thinks it's hilarious that men and women think he's secretly Taylor.
The only other notable Nils is often a Swedish poet. I could maybe see him being the one that helped Calvin write the song... if he didn't die in 1822. There's also a Swedish gymnast named Nils S., but that ain't him either.
Considering it's pretty not easy to track down the true, songwriting Nils Sjöberg, it's obvious why fans are hoping it's really a pen reputation for Taylor.
One must wonder why Taylor would create an alias to hide the fact that she wrote a song with your ex then boyfriend. It doesn't look like something worth concealing.