Taylor Swift and Joe Alwyn Make a Mad Dash to Avoid Paparazzi


Taylor Swift and Joe Alwyn Make a Mad Dash to Avoid Paparazzi


The 'Look What You Made Me Do' singer suddenly gets camera shy as she returns from a night out in New York City with her boyfriend.
Taylor Swift and her current boyfriend Joe Alwyn raced past paparazzi over the weekend. While she didn't seem to hide her relationships in the past, the "Look What You Made Me Do" hitmaker continued to keep her romance with the British actor out of spotlight.

Taylor, 27, and Joe, 26, were pictured making a mad dash for her apartment in New York after enjoying a night out at a friend's birthday on Saturday night, September 9. The couple hid their faces under their hoodies while they're making a short run to her front door.

The singer and the actor started dating in 2016. Rumor has it, her new song "Ready for It" was inspired by their relationship. "Knew he was a killer, first time that I saw him /Wonder how many girls he had left haunted," she sings in the track. "Some boys are tryin' too hard, he don't try at all though /Younger than my exes but he act like such a man so I see nothing better, I keep him forever."

Joe is indeed younger than most of Taylor's former lovers like Tom Hiddleston, 36, Calvin Harris, 33, and even Joe Jonas, 28. However, he's not the youngest. Her youngest ex is Harry Styles, 23. The lyric "If he's a ghost then I can be a phantom" was supposedly a response to the One Directioner's single "Two Ghosts" which was rumored about their past romance.

"Ready for It" is taken from Taylor Swift's new studio album "Reputation" due November 10. The lead single "LWYMMD" reportedly targeted Kanye West. The "tilted stage" was supposedly a subtle jab at the rapper who used tilted stage on his "Saint Pablo" tour. The line "You ask me for a place to sleep, locked me out and threw a feast" referred to Calvin Harris and Katy Perry since the Scottish DJ allied with the "Bon Appetit" singer following his split from Taylor.

Meanwhile, Joe Alwyn made his feature film debut in Ang Lee's "Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk'. His next projects include "The Sense of an Ending", "The Favourite", "Mary Queen of Scots", "Boy Erased" and "Operation Finale".


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