Did you spot Taylor Swift and Zayn's hidden song gem?

Louise McCreesh

From Digital Spy

Taylor Swift and Zayn Malik shocked the world when they dropped Fifty Shades of Grey soundtrack song 'I Don't Wanna Live Forever' earlier this year – and even more so when they released the sexy, destruction-filled music video to go with it.

But did you know the song actually has a hidden gem tucked away inside it?

No? Well, neither did we until very recently, when one vital clue was uncovered, proving Taylor Swift is trolling absolutely everyone – besides Ed Sheeran, of course, who she whole-heartedly adores.

True Taylor fans will know the singer has a recurring affinity with the number 13.

The actress has long claimed it is her lucky number, since she was born on the 13th, turned 13 years old on a Friday 13th and her first album went platinum in 13 weeks.

Well it seems she also managed to sneak that lucky number into her most recent release too, as Buzzfeed points out there's a line in the song – "until you come back home", if you want to check it – that she repeats, you guessed it, 13 times.

Are we putting too much thought into this? Probably. But as long as Taylor keeps dropping the number 13 into things, Swifties will keep on finding them

And we mean everything.

While Taylor has been relatively quiet on the music scene of late, Zayn has been busy working on his second debut album since leaving boyband One Direction.

His first single from the new album, 'Still Got Time' featuring Party Next Door, dropped last month, and this week we finally got a music video, which features a raging house party with strippers and a pet monkey, to go along with it.

Only time will tell if he's pulled a Taylor and hidden a secret message in the video, though.

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