Dionne Warwick to Jake Gyllenhaal: Return Taylor Swift’s Scarf

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Dionne Warwick, Jake Gyllenhaal and Taylor Swift.
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Now it’s getting severe. Dionne Warwick has seemingly heard concerning the “All Too Well” saga — and she or he thinks it’s excessive time Jake Gyllenhaal returned Taylor Swift‘s scarf.

“If that young man has Taylor’s scarf he should return it,” the “Walk on By” singer, 80, tweeted on Monday, November 15. “It does not belong to you. Box it up and I will pay the cost of postage, Jake.”

As Swifties are nicely conscious, the headscarf is an iconic piece of the songwriter’s lore made well-known by the anthem “All Too Well,” which is now again within the highlight almost a decade after its unique debut thanks to the discharge of Red (Taylor’s Version) on Friday, November 12. The first scarf point out comes within the opening verse of the tune with the road, “I left my scarf there at your sister’s house / And you’ve still got it in your drawer even now.”

The Grammy winner, 31, has by no means outright confirmed that “All Too Well” is about Gyllenhaal, 40, however followers have lengthy believed that the monitor accommodates references to the duo’s transient 2010 relationship. No matter who or what the tune is about, although, the headscarf now has a lifetime of its personal. Swift even bought replicas of the headscarf worn by Sadie Sink (and later Dylan O’Brien) within the All Too Well quick movie, additionally launched on Friday.

Even Maggie Gyllenhaal — the presumed “sister” of “your sister’s house” — has been dragged into the discourse, having fielded many questions on the headscarf through the years. “I never understood why everybody asked me about this scarf. What is this?” the Secretary actress, 43, mentioned throughout a September 2017 look on Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen. “I am in the dark about the scarf. It’s totally possible [I have it]. I don’t know. I have been asked this before.”

Swift, for her half, doesn’t a lot care whether or not her exes suppose her music is about them. “I haven’t thought about their experience, to be honest,” the “Bad Blood” songstress mentioned throughout the Thursday, November 11, episode of Late Night With Seth Meyers.

“I think that’s the biggest burn,” host Seth Meyers quipped in response. “I think there’s nothing they’d rather hear less.”

Listeners have provide you with their very own theories concerning the lyrics, however the Cats star feels just like the songs belong to her followers now reasonably than anybody she did or didn’t date. “These songs were mine years ago when they were written. Now they’re ours, now they’re shared,” she advised Extra on Friday. “Every person out there might have someone they think of when they hear the song. That’s what I want.”

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