Fans Are Confuse About Red Scarf in Taylor Swift “All Too Well” Song
Taylor Swift was questioned about the red “All Too Well” scarf that became popular in the music video for her 10 minute smash song.
During the interview Taylor told the audience to “Stop it” when once again she was asked about the scarf in “All Too Well” short music video.
The singer may be seen at the Toronto International Film Festival in a Rolling Stone video and photographs published by Variety (TIFF). Cameron Bailey, the CEO, conducted an interview with her and screened the 35mm short “All Too Well.”
Photo Credits: Consequence of Sound
Based on the report of GMA News, when she asked to elaborate the scarf, Taylor replied, “The scarf is essentially a metaphor and we turned it red because red is a very important color in this album, which is named “Red.”
She said, “And I think when I say it’s a metaphor, I’m just going to stop [and leave it at that] and I’m going to say thanks for the amazing question,” to the laughter of the audience.
According to the lyrics of the song “All Too Well,” which Taylor notably referenced the scarf in, she left the garment at the home of her ex-sister, boyfriend’s and he kept it. The report mentioned that there is widespread speculation that Jake Gyllenhaal served as the song’s inspiration.
Photo Credits: The Harvard Crimson
Meanwhile Taylor Swift was the top winner at the 2022 Video Music Awards, taking home three awards for “All Too Well (10 Minute Version) (Taylor’s Version),” including video of the year, best long-form video, and best director.
Swift is the first musician to receive three video of the year awards. She previously won for the songs “You Need to Calm Down” and “Bad Blood,” both of which featured Kendrick Lamar (2019).
This is similar to what Swift accomplished in 2021 at the Grammy Awards, when she became the first female artist to win album of the year three times. Swift, however, is the first artist to accomplish this milestone ever, regardless of gender.
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