Taylor Swift Talks About Easter Eggs with 'Ellen'

Taylor Swift Ellen DeGeneres

Taylor Swift Ellen DeGeneres

Swift chats with Ellen about a number of topics, including her "ME!" music video, her proclivity for leaving "Easter Eggs", rumors about "Avengers: Endgame", her role in the upcoming "Cats" adaptation, and more.

Taylor Swift, 29, has been in a happy relationship with actor Joe Alwyn for almost three years, meaning she's had some time to be reflective on her past relationships.

Taylor Swift loves pushing people's buttons, especially Ellen DeGeneres'. 'That was too much, that was too much'.

"I was 18, yeah", she added.

During an appearance on DeGeneres' show in 2008, when she was promoting her album Fearless, Swift was asked if any of the songs on the album were about Jonas, who was her boyfriend at the time. "That's got to be a record!" "That's ouch", she told DeGeneres, speaking of the song "Forever and Always".

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In her previous interview, right after her breakup with Joe Jonas who is now married Sophie Turner, Taylor had stated: "There's one [song] that's about that guy, but that guy's not in my life anymore, unfortunately".

Swift is referring to a dig she made at Jonas in 2008, after he reportedly broke things off with her via phone call.

She also takes part in the show's popular "Burning Questions" bit.

"Well, there were some fans that thought I had something to do with Avengers: Endgame". "You know what? It's like, when I find that person that is right for me, and he'll be wonderful, and when I look at that person, I'm not even gonna be able to remember the boy who broke up with me over the phone in 25 seconds when I was 18 ..."

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