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HollywoodNews.com: Taylor Swift’s love life is always the cause of jokes as she has been known to date a number of celebrities rather quickly.

At the Country Music Association Awards last night, hosts Carrie Underwood and Brad Paisley took a second to poke fun at Swift’s personal life, states RadarOnline. The two started talking about football trades when Paisley noted that the best trade of the season was the Kennedy family exchanging Arnold Schwarzenegger for Taylor Swift.

However, Underwood soon broke the news to him that Swift and Conor Kennedy have split to which he commented, “Are they ever gonna get back together?”

“Never, never, never … never ever,” Underwood joked about Swift’s hit song.

But Paisley wrapped it up best as he ended the conversation by saying, “Maybe she’ll write a song about it.”

What did you think about them poking fun?

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