Taylor Swift Shoots Bank Robbery-Themed Video Amid Breakup Rumors
Fans spotted Taylor Swift at The Cunard Building in Liverpool. She was shooting her latest music video after reports of a breakup with her longtime beau, Joe Alwyn.
The 33-year-old pop star was on the set filming a bank robbery-themed video with The Cunard Building set as the bank exterior. A fake explosion was also set during the shoot.
Furthermore, Joey King is also reportedly cast in her music video after his appearance in Taylor’s 2010 music video for the hit song “Mean.” The video shoot went without too much fuss.
Staff on-site signed a non-disclosure agreement and not having their mobile phones with them. Reports said that Taylor’s shoot at The Cunard Building was an “incredibly slick operation.”
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In addition, a source told The Sun that the singer loves the history of landmarks and that she was excited to shoot somewhere unexpected and different.
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Sadly for the Swifties, the couple split up a few weeks ago after 6 years of being together. A source close to Joe Alwyn told PEOPLE that “differences in their personalities” mainly caused the split.
The source also noted that “ultimately” Swift and Alwyn “weren’t the right fit for one another.” Although PEOPLE reported a few weeks ago that everything was “fine” between the couple, sources now confirmed the breakup.
Taylor Swift and Joe Alwyn ‘simply grew apart’ leading to breakup, CNN reports:
“They simply grew apart and plan to remain friends.” pic.twitter.com/eLSAnzV0jV
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Alwyn, 32, and Swift, 33, first publicly appeared dating in May 2017. The two met at the 2016 Met Gala. The couple kept details of their relationship private, but there wasn’t any confirmation of engagement rumors.
Although the two both shared their passion for arts and creativity, the couple had just run their course. According to ET, Alwyn is absent from any of Taylor’s shows.
Joe Alwyn writes under the pseudonym William Bowery. He co-produced and co-wrote 10 of Taylor Swift’s songs, including three on Evermore and six on Folklore.