Jared Leto Apologizes to Taylor Swift for Insulting Her and Her Music, Says …

9 Dec 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

BLOGS OF THE DAY: Jared Leto apologises to Taylor Swift.

Surprise Grammys duet, anyone? In a recently released video, the Thirty Seconds to Mars frontman critiques the pop star’s music while listening to songs of hers in a recording studio.After slamming her in a candid video, claiming “I don’t give a f*** about her”, and promptly getting attacked by the singer’s die-hard ‘Swifties’, the 43-year-old has apologised. Jared Leto apparently had some mixed feelings about Taylor Swift’s 1989 album – and he presumably didn’t plan on her ever finding that out, but the internet wouldn’t comply. Jared Leto apologized to Taylor Swift on Monday, Dec. 7, after a video surfaced earlier that day of the actor saying he didn’t “give a f–k” about her.

It’s whatever works best for us.”) Swift’s fans were none too happy, and now, Leto has issued a formal apology. “The truth is I think Taylor Swift is amazing + an incredible example of what’s possible,” he tweeted. “If I hurt her or her fans my sincerest apologies.” It’s worth noting that Leto and the band weren’t simply hanging out in the studio, bashing Swift for the fun of it. Next,” as he listens to Taylor’s “Welcome to New York,” before offering praise for her track “Blank Space,” adding, “I like this verse, actually.” However, towards the end of the video, the “Dallas Buyers Club” star grows disenchanted with Swift’s “1989” album altogether, commenting, “F— her. Well, to be fair, he said he didn’t like one song then went on to praise all of the others, saying he liked Blank Space and even wanted to ‘steal’ it.

She adopted the name Holly Woodlawn after Audrey Hepburn’s character in Breakfast at Tiffany’s as well as an I Love Lucy episode where Lucille Ball travels to Woodlawn, New York. -contactmusic.com Former Mickey Mouse Club star Marque ‘Tate’ Lynche has passed away at the age of 34. Last month, Leto Instagrammed a photo of himself beside a mic with the caption, “#MarsIsComing,” so the video is at least more reason to assume new music is in the works.

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