Taylor Swift’s reported cut up from her longtime boyfriend, Joe Alwyn, was the plot twist no Swiftie may have predicted — or was it?
After information broke on April 8 that Swift and Alwyn’s romance had ended after six years, eagle-eyed followers grew to become obsessive about looking for clues she may need beforehand dropped hinting that their relationship had ended.
In hopes of pinpointing a breakup date, Swift followers started to comb by means of her Eras Tour performances. Because it seems, Swift may need dropped a clue concerning the reported breakup again in March.
On March 31, Swift unexpectedly switched up her setlist throughout her tour cease in Arlington, Texas.
In response to Individuals, Swift swapped out her tune “Invisible String,” which is a dreamy love tune about soulmates, for her nostalgic breakup ballad “The 1.” Each songs could be discovered on her album Folklore, which was launched in 2020 and consists of two songs co-written by Alwyn underneath the pen title “William Bowery.”
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Whereas followers in Texas initially appeared to suppose Swift simply wished to shock the group with one thing completely different, many followers now consider the tune swap was a lot deeper than that.
Was Swift attempting to trace she was in the midst of a breakup and reminiscing about misplaced love?
Whereas Swift hasn’t commented immediately about swapping the songs, the Midnights singer has continued to carry out her up to date setlist since March 31.
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In response to Individuals, a supply near Swift and Alwyn confirmed the pair have certainly cut up.
Swift and Alwyn had been first linked romantically in 2016, and have even collaborated on music collectively, co-writing songs resembling “Betty,” “Exile,” “Champagne Issues,” “Coney Island” and “Evermore.”
Alwyn can be mentioned to have impressed Swift’s tune “Lavender Haze.”
Sadly, that haze definitely appears much less enchanting now.