Taylor Swift is an American singer-songwriter known for her genre-spanning discography, songwriting, and artistic reinventions. She is one of the most successful female artists in history, with numerous awards, including multiple Grammy Awards. In 2004, she signed a songwriting deal with Sony/ATV Music Publishing, followed by a recording contract with Big Machine Records in 2005. Her self-titled debut album, released in 2006, marked a significant milestone in her career, making her the first female country artist to write a platinum-certified album in the United States.
Looking into her personal life, she was dating Joe Alwyn. Recently, the couple reportedly broke up. This article will explore Swift’s recent breakup with actor Joe Alwyn, her performance of “Look What You Made Me Do” during her tour, and her rumored new relationship with actress Emma Laird.
Taylor Swift And Joe Alwyn Reportedly Broke Up
Taylor Swift and Joe Alwyn reportedly broke up after more than six years together, according to Entertainment Tonight. The split was not dramatic, but the reason for it is unknown. Swift and Alwyn met at the 2016 Met Gala, where Swift also met Tom Hiddleston. When they both went to a Kings of Leon show in October 2016, people thought they might be dating. A month later, Swift was seen at the opening of Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk, the movie that Alwyn had made. In May 2017, word got out that they were together.
Swift and Alwyn’s relationship was relatively private, with the couple rarely being seen together in public. Alwyn has always been protective of their relationship and has never sought advice on dating a celebrity. In an interview with Esquire in 2018, he said, “I didn’t seek out advice on that because I know what I feel about it. I think there’s a very clear line as to what somebody should share, or feel like they have to share, and what they don’t want to and shouldn’t have to.” Alwyn, who co-wrote a few songs on Swift’s 2020 album Folklore, is believed to have inspired several of Swift’s tracks, including “Gorgeous,” “Call It What You Want,” and “Cardigan.”
Joe Alwyn’s Rumored New Relationship With Emma Laird
Rumors are swirling around a possible new relationship between actor Joe Alwyn and actress Emma Laird. The two were reportedly working together on the set of the movie “The Brutalist” in Hungary, where they were spotted hanging out and riding a scooter together. Laird even shared a picture of Alwyn on her Instagram page, which sparked further speculation.
The source claims that Alwyn has been struggling with fame and enjoyed spending time with Laird where he wouldn’t be recognized. Neither Alwyn nor Laird has commented on the rumors, and it is unclear whether the two are actually dating or simply friends. Alwyn’s previous relationship with Taylor Swift ended earlier this year after six years together, and fans are eagerly watching to see who the actor may be linked to next.
The Performance Of “Look What You Made Me Do”
During Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour, which is currently in full swing, fans have been looking for clues about her recent breakup with Joe Alwyn. In one of her recent performances of “Look What You Made Me Do,” Swift shaded her Lover era. The song is very theatrical, taking inspiration from its now-iconic music video, in which Swift faces past versions of herself. The different styles and looks of Swift’s different times are shown by these pairs. Swift from the time of her album “Reputation” sings the song on stage, while the other people are in clear boxes behind her.
During a show in Houston, a dancer dressed as Swift from the “You Need to Calm Down” music video was stuck in a box. Swift ran over to her and made the “Loser” sign on her face. Some people thought that she was making fun of that version with her move. For background, most of the songs on that record are about how she fell in love with Joe Alwyn. This is especially clear in the songs “London Boy,” “Paper Rings,” and the song with the same name. Photos and videos of the moment at the show started to be shared on Twitter, and many fans think this was done on purpose. But some fans don’t agree with this way of looking at the act. They think that Swift didn’t pick out her Lover period and that the “L” symbol was just meant to stand for that title.