Looks like Emily Ratajkowski is the talk of the town nowadays. Earlier, she was a trending topic in the entertainment town because of a pretty hot and steamy kiss with none other than Harry Styles.
And now, Emily again became a trendy talk because of how she defended Taylor Swift in her Ellen DeGeneres interview. If you are a fan of hers and want to know more about it then this article is for you. Keep on reading the article to know more about Emily’s statement while defending Taylor Swift.
The thing that is odd and has surprised everyone is that Emily is most probably involved in an intimate thing with Harry Styles as of now. And her defending Taylor Swift makes it odd as Harry and Taylor dated briefly in 2014. Thus, it is quite surprising for everyone that Emily is all out there to support Taylor Swift.
Emily Ratajkowski Took Taylor Swift’s Side Over A 2012 Ellen Degeneres Interview.
A clip from Ellen DeGeneres’s 2012 interview with Taylor Swift recently went viral on TikTok. What is the clip about? Here is the answer.
The clip that is going viral on TikTok involves Taylor Swift being asked questions based on her dating life Ellen. And in the clip, it seems like Taylor is not very comfortable in such a situation.
And even though it is quite evident that Taylor is not that comfortable while asking questions based on her dating life, Ellen is continuously forcing her to answer the questions. The video is getting pretty much hate for Ellen as fans are asking why she is making Taylor uncomfortable.
In an interview with Elle magazine, the Gone Girl star Emily Ratajkowski finally opened up as to why she supported Taylor in the whole incident.
Why Did Emily Ratajkowski Support Taylor Over A Tiktok Video from The Ellen Degeneres Show?
Emily Ratajkowski opened up about her take on supporting Taylor over a TikTok video of The Ellen DeGeneres Show that went viral recently.
Emily said, “I recently became a Swiftie.” Looks like Emily is now also a part of the swiftie club. She further talked about the video and said, “I was so struck by how clear she’s being about what is making her uncomfortable.
I think the lens that I would’ve viewed that interview from 10 years ago versus now has evolved so much, which is why it struck me.”