Taylor Swift and Paul McCartney recently discussed their planned team-up at the Glastonbury Festival.
“It would’ve been so fun to play Glastonbury for the 50th anniversary together”, Swift told the Beatle during her visit at the latter’s London office last month.
It was Taylor Swift who kicked off the chatting in a joint Rolling Stone interview, saying, “I think it’s important to note that if this year had gone the way that we thought it was going to go, you and I would have played Glastonbury this year, and instead, you and I both made albums in isolation,” referring to the albums, McCartney III and Folklore.
“It would’ve been great”, McCartney replied. “I would’ve done ‘Shake It Off.'”
The pair was set to headline the Glastonbury festival’s 50th anniversary this summer, which was called off due to the coronavirus pandemic.
McCartney also recalled an escape from an accident that took place while he was returning with his band mates from London to Liverpool in a van, which slid off the road and went down an embankment.
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