The outlet reports that Di Giovanni has already visited Kinney in Chicago, and that the two attended the Formula One race and Taylor Swift concert in Austin together.
According to her Linked In, Di Giovanni has been working as a radiologic technologist at Thomas Jefferson since April, and received her Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree at the Community College of Philadelphia.
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).
In Swift's single music video for "Look What You Made Me Do", she lends an eery nod to Harris by crawling out of a graveyard next to a headstone reading "Nils Sjoberg," which was the psydenom the singer used to conceal her identity on Harris and Rihanna's hit track, "This is What You Came For". Mere days before her very public breakup with dance EDM artist Calvin Harris, Swift was seen dancing with actor Tom Hiddleston at The Met Gala in May of 2016.
Kinney, who is also known for his role of Mason Lockwood on , in which he played her love interest.
He later spoke out about their brief try at dating, saying that it "didn't work out" because he "really just liked her as a friend." Ouch.
On the Speak Now single "Back To December," Swift apologizes (when does she ever do that?
During an interview with Ryan Seacrest, Taylor explained that her single "Begin Again" is about, "When you've gotten through a really bad relationship and you finally dust yourself off." Coincidentally, the then 22-year-old was enamored with 18-year-old Conor Kennedy.
Seems like he was the reason she was singing lyrics like, "I think it's strange that you think I'm funny 'cause he never did." Taylor's rocky, brief relationship with One Direction's Harry Styles was scrutinized by the media from the day the pair stepped out together.
Her original reactions to the break-up -- "Last Kiss" and "Forever and Always" -- were a little more scathing, but her latest perspective on the Jonas Brother -- "Holy Ground" -- is a lot more positive.