Justin gaston and taylor swift dating
But in the pantheon of Taylor Swift music video boyfriends, he’s regretfully forgettable. Tyler Hilton in “Teardrops on My Guitar”He's supposed to be the best friend Taylor has a secret crush on, but he comes across more obtusely douchey than charming. Justin Gaston in “Love Story”He automatically moves up a few spots on our list because IRL Sandy is an ex-NFL player. Reeve Carney in “I Knew You Were Trouble”He’s Taylor’s version of a bad boy -- all tattoos and hipster hats.Plus, he’s supposed to be a high school student, but looks like he graduated from college, if not already married with a wife and kid and mortgage. In the video, he’s just another shaggy-haired dude who did Taylor dirty. Our problem isn’t that Reeve looks like trouble, it’s that he looks like he'd lecture you about David Foster Wallace and veganism until your soul died.
And, of course, new music videos mean there's bound to be some new hotties for us to feast our eyes upon. Swift fan knows, the girl has great taste when it comes to picking out the dudes to play her boyfriends or love interests in her music videos.
Seriously, think all the way back to that blonde hunk (Tyler Hilton) who had our hearts aflutter in "Teardrops on My Guitar," or Stephen Colletti in "White Horse," or as recent as Scott Eastwood's appearance in "Wildest Dreams"—they're all so damn hot!
In fact, since we have some time until her new videos come out, let's rank all of Swift's music video boyfriends from the past: We couldn't help but compare Mills—a Canadian model and actor—to Adam Levine in Swift's "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together." To be honest, we don't blame her for constantly letting him back in. That's literally the only word to describe O'Pry in "Blank Space." Fortunately, he's a model so we get to see him quite often.
Fun fact: he was 2013's highest-paid male model after appearing in this music video.
Gaston first worked as an underwear model for Christian Audigier, Adidas, International Jock, and Hugo Boss.