As we previously reported, the 23-year old appeared to 'diss' Styles when singing her break-up track We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together, putting on an English accent to apparently imitate the One Direction star.
According to The Mirror, Hazza has now addressed Taylor's actions during an interview with Capital FM, stating: "Oh it’s fine. She’s a great performer and she’s always good on the stage … she’s done it for a long time.
“She knows what she’s doing on stage. It was just another good Taylor Swift performance. It was good."
When asked how he's coping being single again, Styles was then quoted as saying: “I’m OK, thanks for asking. Yeah, I’m good. Don’t worry about me.”
The 19-year old heartthrob also went on to talk about The Brit Awards on Wednesday (February 20), telling the radio station: "We’re such big fans of people like Mumford & Sons and Muse so to be nominated alongside them is incredible.
“After the year Mumford & Sons have had, especially after the Grammys, we think that they’re probably going to win. It would be great to see them win because we’re huge fans of theirs. We’re nervous about performing on such a big stage but we’re excited.”