In a candid revelation on her podcast High Low With EmRata, Emily Ratajkowski opened up about her former stance on Taylor Swift‘s music, admitting that she never used to be a fan. However, a recent concert experience completely transformed her perspective, leading her to regret her previous ignorance.
“I was not a Swiftie, and now I’m like, ‘You know what that means? That means I was a misogynist that I didn’t fuck with Taylor Swift,'” Ratajkowski confessed on the podcast with guest Troye Sivan. The model and author expressed her newfound admiration for the superstar singer-songwriter’s talents and performance skills.
Reflecting on her concert experience, Ratajkowski praised Swift as an incredible songwriter and performer, suggesting that anyone who thinks otherwise might have issues and lack a sophisticated taste in music. According to Ratajkowski, appreciating Taylor Swift‘s artistry is a mark of understanding and appreciation for quality music.
This revelation comes in the wake of a resurfaced clip in which Ellen DeGeneres questioned Swift about her dating life, a segment that garnered criticism from many, including Ratajkowski. In response, she called the interview “so fucked up,” pointing out that Swift was visibly uncomfortable during the discussion.
Beyond her personal revelation, Taylor Swift continues to make headlines for her thoughtfulness towards others. Recently, she surprised the truck drivers working on her ‘Eras’ tour with generous bonuses of $100,000 each. Moreover, her concerts in Seattle caused such excitement among fans that it registered activity similar to a 2.3 magnitude earthquake.
Adding to the excitement of her concerts, Haim made a special appearance, dressed as the step-sisters from ‘Bejeweled,’ and performed ‘No Body, No Crime‘ alongside Swift during her recent shows in Santa Clara.
As Taylor Swift‘s North American leg of the tour approaches its conclusion, anticipation builds for a spectacular six-night run at Los Angeles’ SoFi Stadium later this year. Meanwhile, fans in the UK and Europe eagerly await the kick-off of the tour in Paris on May 9 next year, with the final show set to take place on August 17, 2024, in London.