Posted on November 15, 2021, 12:07 PM
Taylor Swift stopped by two late night shows last night to mark the release of her re-recorded album Red which came out at midnight, and during her stint on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Swift found a way to conjure up Selena Gomez when we least expected it.
Swift and Fallon played the show’s lie box game, where each takes turns describing to the other the random object that is in their chosen box. Whoever heard the description then had to guess if that was actually what was in the box.
Swift kicked off the game by teaming up with Gomez. In the first box she chose she told Fallon, “I don’t need to lie. [sur son contenu] because I’m so excited to tell you it’s a Wizards of Waverly Place DVD with a weird ribbon around it that says ‘I see corn’ ”. Gomez, of course, starred in the Disney Channel TV series Wizards of Waverly Place when she was a child and teenager.
Fallon guessed she was telling the truth, and Swift revealed that she wasn’t entirely. The tape was real, but the DVD was invented. “You should have known I was lying because I would do anything to talk about Selena Gomez.” Whatever ! Swift exclaimed, offering a little glimpse of her admiration for Gomez 13 years after their friendship.
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In January 2020, Gomez opened up to WSJ magazine about the private dynamics of the two and the depth of their bond. “There is so much about my friendship with Taylor that people don’t know about because we don’t necessarily feel the need to post everything we do,” Gomez said. “She showed up to me in a way I never expected. She came by plane because I was injured and I was going through a difficult time. Things that were going on with my family. It has been proven year after year and every moment of my life that she is one of my best friends in the world. We don’t agree on everything, but we respect each other in everything. “