Jake Gyllenhaal wears Taylor Swift’s ‘Red’ Era sunglasses

Drama, drama, drama. Jake Gyllenhaal‘s latest photoshoot does not go over “Too good” with Taylor Swift fans. The 41-year-old actor, who had briefly teamed up with the singer back in 2010, appeared to be talking about Swift’s extended 10-minute “All Too Well” song and accompanying music video in his recent photo shoot for W Mag.

In his portrait, the Brokeback Mountain the star wore a button down and matching heart-shaped sunglasses that are – you guessed it – red. The fashion choice was not lost on the Swifties, as the fan base literally did not waste time pointing out that the shades are eerily reminiscent of those who Evermore singer wore in her “22” music video.

Fans are convinced that Jake Gyllenhaal trolls Taylor Swift's red era
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For those who do not have a disturbing encyclopedic knowledge of Swift’s work, “22” was part of Swift’s work. Red album that was re-released as Red (Taylor version) in November 2021. The album, mainly the song “All Too Well”, is speculated to be about Gyllenhaal.

Given that the drama surrounding the couple’s past romance has been revived in recent months following the release of Swift’s music video, which suggested their breakup may have been related to their age difference, fans wasted no time pointing fingers.

“Red (Jake’s version),” one person joked on Twitter, while another said, “Jake Gyllenhaal is really in his red era, huh? What’s going on here.” Another said, “Jake feels 22.”

While it is not officially clear what the intentions were with Gyllenhaal’s outfit choices, one thing is for sure: Swifties are always on the hunt for an Easter egg.

For example, when Swift made pressure for Red, she wore a little black dress on her appearance of The late show with Seth Meyers. Fans wasted no time in speculating that her David Koma number was a nod to Princess Diana’s iconic revenge dress.

The late Princess of Wales, as you know, wore a mini the next day Prince Charles publicly confirmed his infidelity. Swift’s fan base intended that her dress this round was designed to cast a shadow on Scooter Braun. The 40-year-old music director sparked a feud after buying the rights to Swift’s first six albums in 2019. Swift’s re-recording of her albums is her way of regaining the rights to her music.

While the rumors ran rampant, Swift shut down the allegations during an interview with Get access to Hollywood. “It was just a black dress I liked,” she said, noting that the ballad was “debunked.”

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