Fans Believe Taylor Swift And Joe Alwyn Secretly Married
Fans are entirely convinced that Taylor Swift and Joe Alwyn already got married. Earlier this week, Taylor announced her latest record, "Evermore," her ninth, and she offered a preview clip of her music video for the song, "Willow."
In a still photograph of the music video, Taylor can be seen wearing a very fancy gown, a bridal-looking one at that, which prompted her fans to assume that just maybe she and Joe had tied the knot. One user wrote in the comment section that perhaps it was time to "finally admit" that Taylor was a "married woman."
Fans went on to speculate that just maybe she had tied the knot with Joe, whom she has been dating for a few years now. Additionally, Swifties believe she and Joe are married because of the title of the album, "Evermore."
As it was previously reported back in January, Swift inadvertently sparked engagement rumors when she wore a large diamond on her left ring finger in Miss Americana . Regarding her new project, "Evermore" and the music video for "Willow" will come out on Friday around midnight.
Reportedly, Swift's upcoming record will serve as an accompaniment to her last album, Folklore, which came out in July amid the coronavirus pandemic. As most know, Taylor is easily one of the most successful recording artists of all time.
However, she hasn't been without her controversies, including when she and Scooter Braun were battling each other in the headlines over the rights to master recordings. Taylor said she was never given the opportunity to own her masters in the same way that Scooter was.
As the story goes, Scooter dropped around $300,000,000 for the rights to her first six albums with Big Machine Records, which was acquired by Scooter's company. In recent news, it was revealed that another company was considering buying the rights to her albums from Braun and his organization.
Taylor has since said that she wanted to re-record some of her past efforts that way she would have the rights to them. Prince famously did the same thing when he was fighting with his record label.