Taylor Swift made a surprising announcement that fulfilled the wildest dreams of many of her fans in attendance — while it may have been cause for misfortune with some of the Dallas-based pop star’s followers.
In 2020, Swift released a song called “Gold Rush” on her album “Evermore” which included a lyric about an Eagles shirt, but the song never made it clear if she was talking about NFL The team that made it back to the Super Bowl last season, or the classic rock band of the same name.
Swift confirmed during a recent concert — at Philadelphia Eagles Home stadium, no less — she was actually referring to the team in his lyric.
“I don’t know how big the debate is, but I’ve seen the debate,” Swift said. “I have a song that says, ‘And my Eagles jersey is hanging out the door. ‘ I’ve seen some people ask if it’s the Eagles or the Eagles, and I love the Eagles, but guys, come on. I’m from Philly. Of course it’s the team.”
This revelation led to what may be the biggest roar the stadium has heard since Jalen Hurts And the NFL Eagles won the NFC Championship there in late January. One fan can even be heard shouting “Go buddy you birds!” in the background.
Swift is originally from suburban West Reading, Pennsylvania, so it only makes sense that she would have a romance with an NFL team in her hometown like so many other celebrities from the Philadelphia area. This list includes actors Bradley Cooper, Will Smith, and Miles Teller. MLB Superstar Mike Troutand comedians Tina Fey and Kevin Hart and musicians Questlove and the late Meek Mill NBA Icon Kobe Bryant, and even President and First Lady Joe and Jill Biden.
By erasing any blank space in the debate over who her favorite NFL team is, Swift may be more than a hero to her fans who love her too Dallas Cowboys or New York Giantsalthough they could also follow her advice and get rid of it.
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