NotIt’s all there. Though Taylor Swift often assumes fans will read into her every move, she didn’t intend for them to think she was comparing herself to the late Princess Diana.
TheSinger, 31, was featured on Late Night With Seth MeyersIn a little black dress David KomaOn Thursday, November 11. Swift’s look was quickly compared to Princess Diana’s iconic revenge dress from 1994, and fans interpreted it as a message about getting even with a man, whether it be ex-boyfriend Jake GyllenhaalOr Scooter BraunThe owner of her old catalog,.
“Oh my god, this is not — I just liked the dress,” SwiftTelled AccessOn Friday, November12. All Too Well short film premiere. “It was a black dress I liked.”
The “I Knew You Were Trouble” singer said she gasped when she realized people were trying to make a connection there.
DianaNotably, she wore a bold black dress by Christina Stambolian to a dinner in June 1994. ThoughShe and Prince CharlesThe couple had been separated for 2 years. PrincessOf WalesThe day after the heir of the throne publicly revealed that he had cheated on his wife, the bride wore the gown.
While Swift’s David Koma dress wasn’t an EasterEgg, the GrammyWinner knows that her fans can find clues in anything.
“Theythey are the best detectives anywhere in the world. I love watching their theories,” SwiftRed carpet explanation “Sometimes they find things I didn’t even plan. … 95 percent of the time, I’m planning it, but there’s sometimes when they’re like, ‘The math!’ And I’m like, ‘Ohmy GodThe math is easy!’”
The PennsylvaniaOn the other hand, natives are open to The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy FallonOn ThursdayAbout the decision to award rewards to fans who paid attention.
“I wanted to do something that incentivized fans to read the lyrics because my lyrics are what I’m most proud of out of everything I do, every aspect of my job, so I really wanted people to read the lyrics,” she recalled. “When I was a kid I used to leaf through CD booklets and read the teeny, tiny print and just obsess over it.”
It started out simple with random capitalized letters in the lyrics spelling out a little message to fans — but the dedicated cat mom quickly went overboard.
“ItThis was great fun. It would tell them about the album or give them clues about the song. That’s when it started,” she explained. “When it got out of control was when I started to realize that it wasn’t just me that had fun with this, that they had fun with it too. And I never should have learned that, because then I couldn’t stop, and all I started thinking of was, ‘HowDo I hint at things HowFar is too far away? CanThree years in advance, I suggest something? CanYou even think I can plan it that far ahead? I think I’m going to try to do it!’”
SwiftiesYou have a lot of fun analysing the Easter eggs in her All Too WellsA short film. TheDirector, who shot the short on 35mm film, packed tons into the 14-minute video.
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