WATERCOOLER chat was taken to new heights when Taylor Swift turned up to serenade office workers.
Taking lunch — or a cheeky coffee — at the desk was worth it as she performed in Washington DC for 300 employees. They were treated to tracks from Tay Tay’s new album Lover, including The Man and Death By A Thousand Cuts.
And the singer, 29, even managed a Swift costume change during her gig for NPR Music’s Tiny Desk.
Meanwhile, Taylor, who dates British actor Joe Alwyn, 28, said recording her chart-topping album left her feeling haunted. ‘Writing songs is strange, because it never happens exactly the same way,’ she added. ‘But sometimes it happens in a way that feels like this weird haunting that you can’t explain.
‘Like, you don’t know where these ideas came from and feel like you didn’t work at all to write it. That’s the best kind of song.’
And she said the inspiration for track Wildest Dreams came to her in a ‘weird moment… in the middle of the night’.
‘I’m in my pjs, stumbling to the piano as I got this idea and the song… it just happened really quickly,’ she added.