Ryan Reynolds revealed how being a Taylor Swift fan is a ’like a religion’ in his household.
Ryan Reynolds is more than just the actor who plays Deadpool or the guy who bought a soccer team for some reason. He is also close friends with Taylor Swift, which is the most coveted achievement you could ever hope for in Hollywood, probably!
While on this week’s episode of SiriusXM’s The Jess Cagle Show, Reynolds spoke about Deadpool and just how exactly he was able to get Hugh Jackman back on board to play Wolverine. But more importantly, he gave us a little bit of insight into what it’s like to be friends with Taylor Swift, which is probably more interesting anyway, right? We all know how he got Wolverine back.
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When he was asked about how his family celebrated Swift’s new album, Reynolds said, “That’s like a religion in our house,” the actor said. Reynolds and his wife Blake Lively are expecting their fourth child next year, who will automatically be born into the Taylor Swift fandom.
Reynolds continued, “In fact, I’m not making this up. We are having a Taylor Swift Midnights dance party in, uh, right after this. It’s Sunday. We’re headed straight to the porch where we’re doing a full dance number set to Midnights… swear words included. My favorite thing is when a three-year-old is just throwing down the f-bomb in a song.”
“For the longest time they just thought Taylor’s, you know, like an aunt, like a friend of mommy and daddy that’s very, very close, almost family. And then they went to a concert one day and were like, ‘Oh this isn’t a hobby.’” — @VancityReynolds [@SIRIUSXM]
VancityReynolds reveals that listening to a new @taylorswift13 album is like a religion in their household😄. He continues that finding out Taylor is not just “an aunt, like a friend of mommy and daddy that’s very,very close, almost family” has been exciting for the kids
Reynolds performed as a unicorn, and sang the song “Tomorrow” from the musical Annie. “What’s crazy is, I was in actual hell. When I was there, I was like, ‘Why did I sign up to do this? This is horrible! This is truly horrible!’” Reynolds recalled. “I don’t even know this song, I don’t know how to do this. It was traumatic.”
His appearance ultimately made headlines in the U.S. months before Fox debuted The Masked Singer — which is based on the Korean version — in January 2019.