It looks like Taylor Swift welcomed one other die-hard Swiftie to her fandom.
Amongst Swift’s followers, Stephen Colbert provided the largest confession but because the comic served the sweetest confession he has for the Princess of Pop. Through the industrial break of the Could 4 episode of “The Late Present,” Colbert took his time to share a candy second with the viewers as he spoke extremely of the singer.
Per the comic, he would adore the I Knew You Have been Bother. hitmaker for the remainder of his life.
As to how he would present that Colbert mentioned he would confidently bounce off a clip for Swift it doesn’t matter what.
“I will love Taylor Swift ’til the day I die. I’d placed on armor and comply with her into battle,” he mentioned, finally including, “I’d bounce off a cliff right into a pit of spikes for that lady for a way good she was to my daughter. You have to keep in mind that!”
He then took his time to recall the behind-the-scenes expertise he had on the 2008 Grammys with Jon Batiste. At the moment, he reportedly scored the possibility to introduce his daughter, Madeline, to the singer.
The All Too Nicely singer greeted Madeline with open arms and showered her with compliments for a way she appears to be like for.
From that second, Colbert knew that he formally turned a Swiftie for all times.
Is Taylor Swift’s “Hey Stephen” About Stephen Colbert?
One of many hilarious theories surrounding Swift’s songs, together with “Hey Stephen,” could be concerning the comic.
However the singer herself spoke about it with the host himself and confirmed that the tune will not be about him.
“I first recorded that tune in 2008. I feel I used to be like 18,” she mentioned. “‘Hey Stephen’ will not be about you anymore than my album 1989 is about that yr you spent ready tables on the lunch shift at Scuzzi, an Italian restaurant within the River North space of Chicago. That, by the way in which, serves a extremely unbelievable slice of pizza.”
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As an alternative of Colbert, Swift mentioned “Hey Stephen” was impressed by Stephen King.
Nevertheless, the true inspiration is Love and Theft’s Stephen Barker. She by no means publicly mentioned that, however the capitalized letters LOVE AND THEFT within the printed lyrics for the tune confirmed it was him.
Barker himself additionally disclosed that he knew it was about him, showering Swift with compliments as if it was the nicest factor a lady has ever completed for him.
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