It's been over a month since Taylor Swift released her new album, Reputation, and fans are still decoding the lyrics. I mean, there's a lot to unpack: Each song contains subtle (and not-so-subtle) references to Swift's personal life, including several of her ex-boyfriends. No, she doesn't mention anyone by name, but fans are convinced she calls out Calvin Harris and Tom Hiddleston several times on the record. They're reading between the lines.
Which is exactly what they'll do with her friend Todrick Hall's recent interview on The Kidd Kraddick Morning Show. The Daily Mail reports that Hall appeared on the radio show and dropped some details about Swift's love life—and one tidbit in particular is going to send Swifties into a tizzy.
Hall didn't mention anyone specifically, but he said Swift had a boyfriend at one point that made her "hunch over" every time she talked about him. "There was a time last year…I don’t know if I’m supposed to say anything, but she was dating someone—I never actually met this person—but I could just tell every time I would talk to her, she would hunch over," Hall said, according to the Daily Mail.
The "hunching" was so prevalent that Hall reportedly sent Swift a photo of Quasimodo from The Hunchback of Notre Dame and warned her to to "straighten up before her then-boyfriend continued to bring her down."
"I was like, 'You cannot turn into Quasimodo for this guy. Every time you say his name, you hunch over,'" Hall said.
Let's do a little investigative work to figure out who Hall's talking about. Notice how he said this happened "last year," so 2016. The only people Swift dated then—that we know of—are Hiddleston and Harris, so Hall's most likely referring to one of them. And based on some of the lyrics on Reputation, our money's on Harris.
Hall most definitely isn't referring to Swift's current boyfriend Joe Alwyn, though. He says he's never seen Swift happier than she is right now, dating Alwyn.
"Now she’s so happy, standing up completely straight and so tall and so confident…. I’m so, so happy for her," Hall said. We could've guessed that from Reputation too. (Please see: "Delicate," "Gorgeous," "Dress," "Call It What You Want," "King of My Heart," and "New Year's Day.")
This story originally appeared on Glamour.
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