Taylor Swift Performed “Dear John” For The First Time In 11 Years And Seemingly Told Her Fans Not To Start Trolling John Mayer Over It Again
Hopefully, John Mayer has access to some kind of underground bunker (under Andy Cohen’s low bar should be deep enough) in preparation for Taylor Swift’s Speak Now (Taylor’s Version) album release because Taylor just performed her song “Dear John” (that’s pretty obviously about him) for the first time in 11 years at one of her recent Eras Tour shows. Though she prefaced it by seemingly telling her fans to LEAVE JOHN ALONE, I’m pretty confident that before she even finished singing the song, at least one of her diehards probably DMed John a video of the performance and threatened to smack the stanky guitar face right off of him–despite fellow (but considered to be less nefarious in Taylor’s fandom) Speak Now muse, Taylor Lautner, also recently sending John his prayers for mercy leading up to the (legal) July 7 album re-release.
John Mayer Shared Some New Thoughts About His Song “Paper Doll,” Which Was Rumored To Be About Taylor Swift
Back in 2013, John Mayer released a song called “Paper Doll,” which was widely thought to be a subtle retaliation to Taylor Swift’s 2010 “Dear John”– a diss track assumed to be about his manipulation tactics. The two dated back in 2009 when John was 32, and Taylor was 19, and since John is still a big, bulky bag of bright red flags even now that he’s 45 and “doesn’t really date anymore,” it’s no surprise that their brief dalliance was a mess. But according to E! News, during one of John’s performances the other night, he prefaced the song by admitting that it was probably a bitchy move.
There are a lot of choices for spiritual guidance: the writings of Jackie Collins, listening to the words of Pope Francis, and of course Heidi Montag‘s newest auto-tuned christian shit song “Glitter and Glory“. I know you probably read that as “Litter and Whory.”
Seriously, though, Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt actually do sum up where the universe seems to be getting its moral compass from. So sure, Heidi Montag as a christian singer, fine. Makes sense!