Tom Hiddleston Is Not Going To Thank Taylor Swift In His Emmy Award Acceptance Speech

September 12, 2016 / Posted by:

That random umbrella-holding hand has a better chance of getting thanked in Tom Hiddleston’s Emmy acceptance speech, which he will absolutely be giving, than Taylor Swift does. Actually, if Tom really wants to stick it to Taylor, he would make a special point of thanking umbrella hand. “…and lastly, I can’t forget to mention my paparazzi posing partner – umbrella hand, this one’s for you! We did it buddy!

The Emmys are on Sunday and it should have been the day that Tom and Taylor make their red carpet debut as couple. Sadly, Taylor is just too private to engage in such a tacky spectacle and they broke up before that could happen. But in Tom’s mind, he will still be going home with an expensive skinny lady that night. A source tells Hollywood Life that Tom is positive he’s going to win an Emmy award for The Night Manager. In fact, he’s “expecting” to win. The source adds: “He can’t wait, its like a kid waiting for Christmas morning!

Tom is nominated for Outstanding Actor in a Limited Series of Movie, and he’s up against Cuba Gooding Jr., Courtney B. Vance, Bryan Cranston, Idris Elba, and Benedict Cumberbatch. When he beats them all, he will NOT thank Taylor Swift in his acceptance speech. “Copycat!” hissed Calvin Harris.

“Not a chance in hell. He will not mention anything about her in any acceptance speech. There is no time for outside drama on a night that might never happen again for him.”

Unless Taylor gave everyone on the Emmy committee a hand job in exchange for a nomination for Tom, I don’t see why he would thank her? Then again, Taylor Swift’s exes have been known to bring up her name for a little extra attention, so I guess it’s not that crazy. If he does win, he’s not going to waste precious syllables on Taylor’s name when he could use his time on stage to remind everyone how great he’d be a good choice for James Bond. “Sure, Idris Elba is tough and handsome and looks good in a tux, but you don’t see him up here with this Emmy award. Look, I’m just saying.

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