Taylor Swift’s Unrequited Crush: “I Was So in Love With You”

One benefit of writing songs about unrequited crushes? Sometimes they respond.

Such was the case when Taylor Swift, 21, penned a ballad about meeting Owl City singer Adam Young for her latest CD, Speak Now.

The four-time Grammy winner — who split with latest beauJake Gyllenhaal in December — told Yahoo! Music last year that she wrote the song “Enchanted”, “about this guy that I met in New York City, and I had talked to him on email or something before, but I had never met him. And meeting him, it was this overwhelming feeling of: I really hope that you’re not in love with somebody.”

She also added that she included the word “wonderstruck” in the lyrics because he had used it in one of his emails to her.

Luckily Young picked up the hints (including Swift’s decision to capitalize the letters A-D-A-M in the album’s lyric booklet). On Monday, the crooner, 24, used his band’s blog to write a response to the starlet, complete with his own version of “Enchanted”, The Hollywood Reporter reports.

“I’m so tremendously honored that Taylor would write such an elegant song and thereby offer a gracious nod in my direction,” Young wrote in the blog, appropriately posted on Valentine’s Day. “Needless to say, I was lost for words and utterly smitten. I couldn’t stop smiling.”

In the Owl City singer’s version of the ditty, he added a new verse: “I was never in love with someone else / I never had somebody waiting on me / ‘Cause you were all of my dreams come true / And I just wish you knew / Taylor I was so in love with you.”

And while he calls himself a “shy boy” in the post, he didn’t play coy when it came to sharing his feelings.

“Everything about you is beautiful,” he wrote. “You’re an immensely charming girl with a wonderful heart and more grace and elegance than I know how to describe. You are a true princess from a dreamy fairy tale; a modern Cinderella. I’m terribly sorry it’s taken me such a long time to reply but I figured Valentine’s Day was the perfect time to write this note to you and simply say… I was enchanted to meet you too.”

Grammy Style: Miranda Lambert

In Versace, Christian Louboutin shoes and Neil Lane jewels.

Taylor Wows Fans on World Tour!

Taylor Swift is as all-American as they come, but that doesn’t mean her pop charm doesn’t translate overseas. The talented 20-year-old is in the midst of a world tour, and she kicked it off with a sold-out show at Singapore’s Indoor Stadium.

The “Mine” singer’s Singapore fans began arriving for the show a full 24 hours in advance, and Swift rewarded her fans’ patience with a 90-minute set. Now that’s dedication!

After the show, Swift tweeted “THAT SHOW RULED!! Thank you Singapore. My band and I love you. And your dancing and jumping and singing and screaming! Good times.”

Her 19-country, 90-show tour continues on Friday with a show in Seoul, South Korea.

Carrie Underwood’s Hockey Hubby Traded to Nashville Team

After seven months of marriage, Carrie Underwood is bidding adieu to her long distance romance.

The country crooner’s hockey-playing hubby, Mike Fisher has been traded from the Ottawa Senators to the Nashville Predators, relocating him to the city where Underwood keeps a pad.

The team, which acquired the star center, 30, for a 2011 first round draft pick and a 2012 conditional pick, announced the trade on their Twitter account Thursday.

Fisher had been signed to a $21 million contract extension (running through the 2012-2013 season) weeks after the Senators reached the Stanley Cup final in 2007.

So now that the twosome will be shacking up full time, could little ones be far behind?

Not likely, says Underwood.

Taylor Swift A-OK Post Jake

Onward and upward!  Over a month after Jake Gyllenhaal put the brakes on their romance, Taylor Swift was back to her bubbly self during a free-wheeling interview for Nashville radio station 107.5 The River.  The country sweetheart, 21, has lots to keep her busy and distracted from any lingering heartache: a worldwide tour in support of her mega-smash album Speak Now.

“I can’t wait!” she gushed. “Getting back on the road is something I have been looking forward to for a really long time.”  How does the single star gear up for traveling around the globe for months on end, anyway?  “I look at the weather in every single place I am going to be,” she said. “I am packing for every single season of the year.”

Added the multi-plantinum singer: “I don’t pack as heavily as you think. Like, I’m not a crazy high maintenance packing person.”  Swift had another surprise up her sleeve: She’s rapping again! After an infamous rap duet with T-Pain last year, she showed off her rhyming skills once again during her The River chat — covering Nicki Minaj’s “Super Bass.”

“I really freak my friends out because I can recite every single lyric to the rap!” said Swift, whose rap moniker is “T-Swizzle.”  (Watch her rap skills here.)  Although Swift had to be coaxed into her hip-hop performance, it was a less awkward moment than Jan. 19, when Swift put on a happy face during an unexpected dinner date at Nashville eater Bound’ry with ex Gyllenhaal, 30. Gyllenhaal had brokered the meeting “for closure,” a pal recently explained to Us Weekly.

The Love and Other Drugs star wanted “to see if there was still anything between them, if they could recapture the magic. Sadly, it wasn’t there,” the source reveals of the meeting.  Swift’s take on the meal? “Taylor was just getting over Jake,” another pal says. “She was thrown…The whole thing was really weird to her.”

Miranda Lambert Enjoying ‘Friendly’ Awards Competition with Blake Shelton

Before Miranda Lambert and her fiance Blake Shelton come together as husband and wife this spring, the couple are going to battle it out for the Academy of Country Music’s video of the year award.

“No matter what it is – awards or No. 1’s, skeet shooting or fishing – there’s always good, friendly competition between us,” Lambert said after helping announce the nominations Tuesday on CBS’s The Early Show.

Added Lambert, 27, with a laugh, “Sometimes it’s not so friendly!”

Lambert may have an edge over her fiancé in the video of the year category: She has two videos – “Only Prettier” and “The House That Built Me” – nominated, while Shelton’s “Hillbilly Bone” got one nod.

Overall, Lambert leads the ACM nominations with seven total, including entertainer of the year. But despite the accolades, including the upcoming Grammy Awards, it’s her wedding day she’s most anticipating.

“We’re really busy,” she said of squeezing wedding planning into her schedule. “I still have a few months to go but there’s a lot going on. I’m excited about all of it, and I’m excited to get married.”

“The anticipation of it all is a lot,” she said. “I’m kind of ready to say, ‘Okay, let’s have this wedding and be married.’ ”

Meanwhile, Shelton is “really excited about co-hosting the ACM Awards with Reba [McEntire],” Lambert said, noting her fiancé’s mischievous personality.

“I’m not nervous for him,” she said. “I’m nervous for Reba and the audience. You don’t have any idea what he might say and it’s a live show. They definitely need that five second delay.”