In case you don’t know, Taylor Swift just released a Netflix documentary called Taylor Swift: Miss Americana. It follows her life through her transformational period. It also contains revealing backstage and onstage concert footage along with some intimate details of her life.
However, that’s not what caught everyone’s eye. Some eagle-eyed fans noticed a sparkly ring on that finger in one particular scene from the documentary where she discusses her political views. Which begs the question, is she about to be Taylor Swift-Alwyn?
Taylor Swift and Joe Alwyn
Taylor Swift has managed to keep her relationship with British actor, Joe Alwyn, under wraps for quite a long time now. It’s reported Taylor has been flying out to the UK to visit her boyfriend often. Hence, it would make sense for her to not reveal if he has proposed as she doesn’t want her every move to be scrutinized by the public like it used to be. We all remember the Tom Hiddleston fiasco, don’t we?
However, this is not the first time Taylor Swift has sparked engagement rumors. When her song “Lover” dropped last August, speculation immediately began with the possibility that she was engaged. Lyrics like “I take this magnetic force of a man to be my lover” were considered to be a nod to her wedding vows. But since there was no rock visible, these rumors died as soon as they had started. Until now.
What Director Lana Wilson Had To Say
“Miss Americana” director Lana Wilson remained tight-lipped when asked about the ring at the film’s Sundance premiere last week, telling InStyle, “Whoa. I’m going to have to revisit that scene.”
Taylor Swift revealed in her documentary that her relationship with Alwyn helped stabilize her after the whole Kim Kardashian drama went down. With that in mind, would a proposal really be that big of a surprise?
“I also was falling in love with someone who had a really wonderfully normal, balanced, grounded life,” she said. “And we decided together that we wanted our relationship to be private.”
Well, engaged or not, we are happy Taylor’s happy.
(But we would like a confirmation, please, Tay Tay.)