Taylor Swift has defended out musician Hayley Kiyoko, after she spoke out against homophobia in the music industry. We all know that after the Calvin Harris/Kim Kardashian/Kanye West debacle, Taylor recoiled into hiding and hasn't been seen much since.
While she has widely stayed out of the public eye lately, selectively choosing her appearances, Taylor Swift reemerged for a sing-along at the Bluebird Cafe on Saturday night.
She also spoke about her song Better Man, which she wrote for Little Big Town.More news: Roseanne Barr Tweets Support for Right-Wing Trump Conspiracy Theory
"I got her a shot of Fireball, and then I got her another one", he recalled according to the newspaper. For her part, Swift won't have too much longer before she's back in the spotlight in a major way―her Reputation tour is scheduled to start on May 8.
After that story he handed the 10-time Grammy victor a small bottle of Fireball, which she then shot back. I literally looked at them and was like, um, yeah ...
That line about Swift irked some of her fans, who slammed Kiyoko, 26, on social media. Feelings sets out her open-hearted manifesto ("sorry that I care... sick and exhausted of acting all tough") over fat bassline and light beats, her voice sweet and unshowy, but there's more than just summer crush material here (though Palm Dreams takes a G-funky shot at joining the ranks of west coast-representin' sunshine jams). "This is the song I nearly wrote with Craig Wiseman", she said. At one point, the legendary songwriter joked that he would sell the empty bottles from which Swift drank, and donate the money to charity.More news: UN Security Council to meet urgently on conflict in Gaza
Swift playfully reminded the Grammy-winning songwriter that he passed on the opportunity to co-write "Love Story" with her.
The fan's comment read: 'I think people are actually misinterpreting the quote.
Swift's set included acoustic renditions of some of her most famous hits, including "Shake It Off" and "Love Story". Swift particularly wanted to express her admiration for the Bluebird, which is where she was first discovered as a young singer-songwriter.More news: Kim Jong Un Meets With Chinese President Xi Jinping In Beijing
According to the Tennessean, Wiseman was in on the surprise, which was filmed for a documentary about the Bluebird to celebrate its 35th anniversary.