Strictly Come Dancing 2019 final: Taylor Swift stuns in a gold ensemble to perform during last live show… as she sings hit Lover in reference to beau Joe Alwyn
The singer, 30, sang her hit song Lover while playing the piano, which appeared to be a reference to beau Joe Alwyn.
AJ Pritchard, Dianne Buswell, Aljaž Škorjanec, Janette Manrara, Graziano di Prima and Luba Mushtuk took to the ballroom floor to dance as she performed.
Strictly Come Dancing 2019 final: Taylor Swift stunned in a gold ensemble to perform during last live show on Saturday… as she sang hit Lover in reference to beau Joe Alwyn
Taylor looked sensational in a black-and-gold jumpsuit that fit snugly on her slender frame as she sat in front of a piano.
The striped ensemble had a plunging neckline to show off a hint of her cleavage, while she she opted not to wear any accessories so that all attention remained on her ensemble.
She wore her golden locks swept back into a loose bun while she her fringe framed her face well, and she wore a slick of red lipstick to accentuate her pretty features.
Stunning: Taylor looked sensational in a black-and-gold jumpsuit that fit snugly on her slender frame as she sat in front of a piano
Moving: AJ Pritchard, Dianne Buswell, Aljaž Škorjanec, Janette Manrara, Graziano di Prima and Luba Mushtuk took to the ballroom floor to dance as she performed
In August, Taylor released her hotly-anticipated seventh album, Lover, and fans have wasted no time deciphering the meanings behind her candid lyrics.
The singer has made a habit of discussing her feuds within her lyrics, and didn’t hold back with her latest offering, where she hinted that she thought about Joe Alwyn while dating Tom Hiddleston.
The second track on Taylor’s album, Cruel Summer, has also been a talking point for fans, who believe she is referencing thinking about her current beau Joe whilst she was dating Tom.
Taylor seems to imply that, though she is in a relationship with one person, she has feelings for another, singing: ‘I’m always waiting for you to be waiting below…. Devils roll the dice, angels roll their eyes, What doesn’t kill me makes me want you more.’
Pointing to a new interest she says: ‘It’s new, the shape of your body, It’s blue, the feeling I’ve got’
She also hints at secret meetings, adding: ‘And I cried like a baby coming home from the bar, said I’m fine, but it wasn’t true. I don’t wanna keep secrets just to keep you.’
Taylor was first seen with current beau Joe within weeks of splitting with Joe, and fans were quick to claim these lyrics referenced their relationship.
London Boy is a love letter to the the singer’s British actor boyfriend Joe, so she enlisted the help of two British icons to sing along on the tune.