Taylor Swift Drops Snippet of 'Love Story' Re-Record for Ryan Reynold's 'Match Made in Hell' Ad
Popular hitmaker Taylor Swift recently shared a snippet of the re-recorded version of her 2008 hit song, "Love Story," and fans could barely stop gushing about how good she sounded.
Taylor Swift has given a glimpse of what re-recording her old songs will sound like, and now, fans cannot wait for the full project to be released. The hitmaker gave fans a snippet of one of the tracks, "Love Story," used in a funny commercial for a popular dating site, Match.
Swift tweeted that even though her re-records were not ready, her friend Ryan Reynolds asked if he could use "Love Story" for the ad, and she agreed.
Taylor Swift at the 2019 MTV Video Music Awards at Prudential Center on August 26, 2019 | Photo: Getty Images
The singer concluded by writing that she was working hard on her new project and would have it released to the public soon. Swift's tweet linked to Reynold's ad, which featured a hilarious love story between a creature identifying as the devil and a lady identifying as 2020.
The pair met via the dating app Match and soon fell in love, going on several dates in a deserted city because of lockdown measures restricting people to their homes.
At the end of the clip, the couple sat on a bench with flaming fireballs approaching the earth. The devil then said he does not want the year to end, and to the amusement of many, 2020 agreed, saying, "Who Would?"
Swift's new tweet comes only a few days after opening up about what it has been like recording her upcoming album in her house.
The ad's creative and hilarious storyline combined with Swift's "Love Story" soundtrack made for a perfect match, and fans could not stop gushing about how good she sounded.
Swift's new tweet comes only a few days after opening up about what it has been like recording her upcoming album in her house and which song she is most excited to work on.
The multiple award-winning singer said that she had been having fun re-recording her old songs and admitted that she had the most fun doing "Love Story," which was initially released in 2008 from her "Fearless Album."
Swift continued by adding that she believes she sounded like a teenager on her old songs, and hearing them now makes her feel like a different singer. No doubt the singer has indeed evolved over the years, and her fans seem to be loving every bit of it!