Who is Taylor Swift Dating, How Did It Began, And Everything Else We Know
Taylor Swift dating Joe Alwyn has grown to be one of Hollywood’s most exclusive power couples since they first met in 2016. They have been able to keep their relationship fully under wraps despite her widespread celebrity and his prominent roles in numerous high-profile movies. The couple is said to have first connected at the 2016 Met Gala, and despite persistent engagement rumors, they appear content in their relationship. Here is a detailed timeline of Taylor Swift and Joe Alwyn’s relationship, starting with their first encounter and ending with their work as creative partners on Taylor’s albums.
In October 2016, Taylor Swift and Joe Alwyn allegedly began dating after meeting at the 2016 Met Gala. Both of them have talked at length about why their relationship is so discreet and low-key. Taylor’s albums Folklore and Evermore include songs that Joe helped her create and produce.
When Did They Meet?
Joe and Taylor allegedly crossed paths during the 2016 Met Gala. The lyrics to Taylor’s song “Dress” from her 2017 album Reputation have led many to believe that the couple met there, even though neither one of them has confirmed it and Taylor was still seeing DJ Calvin Harris at the time. The song’s lyrics had references to the singer’s Met Gala outfit, such as “Flashback to when you met me, your buzzed cut and my hair bleached.”
When Did They Start Dating?
Despite the fact that the journal entries weren’t made public until early 2019 as a bonus insert in Taylor’s Lover album, a journal entry from January 3, 2017, showed that Swift was living in London and the two had already been dating for three months. “I’m primarily based in London, where I strive to stay hidden in order to shield us from the evil outside world that only wants to cause trouble, “She composed. “For three months, no one has known that we are dating. I don’t want anything about this to change, so I want it to stay that way.”
Other Lover songs included words that many believe to be a window into the early stages of their romance. We were in the backseat/Drunk on something stronger than the drinks in the bar, the singer admits in the song “Cornelia Street,” and she later says, “I considered you were leading me on/I packed my bags, left Cornelia Street/Before you even knew I was gone/But then you called, decided to show your hand/I turned around before I hit the tunnel.”
Taylor and Joe Alwyn Relationship
Other Lover songs included words that many believe to be a window into the early stages of their romance. We were in the backseat/Drunk with something stronger than the drinks in the bar, the singer admits in the song “Cornelia Street,” and she later says, “I considered you were going to lead me on/I packed my bags, left Cornelia Street/Before you even knew I was gone/But then you called, decided to show your hand/I turned around when I hit the tunnel.”
The couple finally supported one another’s careers after two years of dating by going to The Favorite premiere in New York on September 28, 2018. Later that month, Joe clarified that they had made a conscious decision to keep their relationship quiet. He told British Vogue, “I’m aware people want to know about that side of things. “I believe we have succeeded in keeping very quiet, and people are now starting to see that… however I really like to discuss work.
Engagement Rumors About Taylor Swift
Swift and Alwyn had secretly gotten engaged, but they were keeping the news under wraps, a source told The Sun. The insider added that close friends and family members had been “sworn to secrecy” and that the Grammy-winning artist only wears her engagement ring at home. The couple was apparently seen together in London two weeks after the rumor first surfaced, where Swift was supposedly flaunting a very ring-free ring finger.
The Grammy winner talks about dealing with the engagement hype in “Lavender Haze,” the first song on her new album Midnights. The song’s lyrics state, “I’m dammed if I do give a damn what people say/the 1950s s— they want from me/I just want to stay in that purple haze.” “The only kind of lady they see is a one-night stand or a wife,” she said, “and all they keep asking me is if I’m going to be your bride.”
Swift reportedly admitted that her connection with Alwyn served as the song’s inspiration. We’ve got to avoid strange stories and tabloid material, she continued, and we just disregard everything. This song is sort of about disregarding those crap in order to safeguard the genuine substance, so to speak.