Taylor Swift Joined Brendon Urie & Pete Wentz At "Most Emo Dinner Party"


In a recent interview at Beats 1 with Zane Lowe, Taylor Swift has discussed her new record, "Lover", and her attendance to the “most emo dinner party” together with Brendon Urie and Pete Wentz.

After releasing a track together with the Panic! At The Disco frontman and revealing that Fall Out Boy is one of her biggest inspirations, we already knew she was an emo kid, but this absolutely confirms it.

Check out a clip of the interview below:

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31-10-2019 1 min read
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