Taylor Swift is famous for writing songs about her Hollywood exes — but cute boys aren’t the only ones she’ll pen a tune about.
Taylor’s new album, RED, contains a song called “22,” and this upbeat, girl-power track is all about kicking back and enjoying a night out with your best girl friends. In the CD notes for her album, Taylor made a hidden code using capital letters that spells out secret messages.
For “22,” the code spells out the names of four of her closest girlfriends: ASHLEY (Greene) DIANNA (Agron) CLAIRE (Calloway) and SELENA (Gomez). That’s right: Taylor Swift wrote a song about Glee’s Dianna Agron (Quinn).
Teen asked Dianna about the song, prompting Dish! — to which Di replied coyly, “I cannot say.”
Yet though she wouldn’t dish any specific details, Dianna did say, “I’m really proud of her. She’s doing so well, she’s always done so well, she’s just an incredibly hardworking and talented girl.”
There’s not doubt that Taylor and Dianna are besties. They go to dinner together, watch movies, hang out on the 4th of July, and even dress up in costume for each other’s birthday parties. That said, we’re a little intrigued as to what part of the song Dianna was so reluctant to dish on.
“22” seems like a straight-forward girl-power pop tune to us. Taylor and her friends eat “breakfast at midnight,” “fall in love with strangers,” and “make fun of [their] exes.” Sounds like an awesome Friday night to us!
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