Taylor Swift
Taylor Swift performs in Times Square on New Year's Eve in New York, New York, U.S. December 31, 2014. Reuters/Carlo Allegri

When a popular US magazine claimed on Wednesday that Taylor Swift is pregnant and that she has said she would raise the baby alone if she has to, the Internet went into overdrive. However, latest reports have denied the shocking claim by the magazine. Thus, the “Shake It Off” singer is far from being pregnant.

The cover-line read “Who’s The Dad?” The cover also had a photo of the now-single pop star in a black dress. Calvin Harris’ photo is also on the cover with the line, “Taylor's emotional call to Calvin.”

Sources close to the magazine has revealed that Swift is eating twice the amount she normally has and that her recent weight gain is completely out of character. They also stated that Swift is feeling nauseated a lot these days, writes Jezebel. Close friends of the star reportedly stated that the baby belongs to her ex, Calvin Harris.

Swift apparently called up Harris for emotional support and to heal some wounds although her latest track for country band Little Big Town does not aim to heal any wounds and may also make Harris displeased.

As per Mirror, Swift’s “Better Man” song, released on Oct. 20, is about a jealous ex-boyfriend and Karen Fairchild, the band’s lead singer has claimed that the song is very close to Taylor’s.

“But your jealousy, I can hear it now / You're talking down to me like I'll always be around. You push my love away like it's some kind of loaded gun / Boy, you never thought I'd run,” reads the lyrics.

However, fresh reports claim that Swift is not pregnant and bad blood remains between the two. Calvin too dropped a video for the song “My Way” that talked about a failed relationship with a “robotic” girl, reported The Sun.