As a country pop darling-turned-"Reputation"-slayer, Taylor Swift has certainly become known for writing songs about the ghosts of boyfriends past.So let's play a familiar game: Which song is about which of Taylor's ex's?Chloe Elizabeth Lukasiak (born May 25, 2001) is the eldest child of Marc and Christi Lukasiak and is the sister of Clara.During the first four seasons of Dance Moms, Chloe was known to be Maddie's main competition on the team.Taylor and Zac Efron reportedly started dating for a few months while promoting their movie "The Lorax" in the first part of 2011.Both deny the rumors, however, and it doesn't seem like Efron was attached to any of the songs on "Red." The pair did write a song about their relationship, denying the dating rumors through a parody of Foster the People's "Pumped Up Kicks" on Ellen De Generes' talk show.We plowed through some of Swift's biggest hits and matched the lyrics to 13 of Swift's high-profile (reported) former relationships.
This duo met through a mutual friend, Ellie Goulding, back in February of 2015 at The Brit Awards and immediately hit it off.
She was often the "number two" girl and was mostly placed in the middle or occasionally the top of the pyramid.
Chloe and her mother eventually departed from both the show and the studio after a fight between Abby and Christi in Hollywood Here We Come, Part 2, where although otherwise was shown in the episode, Christi later revealed that Abby had actually made fun of Chloe's medical condition instead of calling her "washed up".
Before they were officially a couple -- but months after they had a rumored fling in April 2012 -- Swift wrote "I Knew You Were Trouble.,” from “Red,” about Styles.
Once they broke up, all she had to tweet was a lyric from the song: "...'til you put me down," for fans to know it was over.
As one of Swift's longest running relationships, the couple was a match made in music heaven, spending July 4 holidays together on the beach and celebrating their one year with a homemade cake (all documented on Instagram.) Of course, all good things come to an end, and when it got ugly, it got really ugly (via Twitter).