Joe Alwyn thinks that there are “extra attention-grabbing issues” to debate than Taylor Swift.
The 31-year-old actor has been in a relationship with ‘Love Story’ hitmaker Taylor since October 2016 however will not often talk about his non-public life in interviews as a result of it “feeds right into a bizarre a part of the tradition.”
Requested whether or not it was a aware choice to not speak about one another in interviews, he mentioned: “Erm. It was similar to, effectively, why? There are extra attention-grabbing issues to speak about and I simply suppose it feeds right into a bizarre a part of the tradition that I’m probably not occupied with being part of.”
Nevertheless, the ‘Conversations with Associates’ star did collaborate with Taylor, 32, on her Grammy award-winning album ‘Folklore’, receiving a co-writing credit score beneath the pseudonym of William Bowery for the tracks ‘Betty ‘and ‘Exile’ and admitted that though the collaboration was a “surreal bonus” of lockdown, it merely got here on account of “messing about collectively” on the piano.
He instructed The Guardian newspaper: “That [collaboration] was a surreal bonus of lockdown. That’s an understatement. It wasn’t like, ‘It’s 5 o’clock, it’s time to attempt to write a music collectively. It happened from messing round on a piano, and singing badly, then being overheard, and being, like, ‘Let’s see what occurs if we get to the tip of it collectively.’
“I imply, enjoyable is such a silly phrase, however it was plenty of enjoyable. And it was by no means a piece factor, or a ‘Let’s attempt to do that as a result of we’re going to place this out’ factor. It was similar to baking sourdough in lockdown. The Grammy was additionally this ridiculous bonus.”