Fallon, who interviewed the “Red” vocalist ahead of her past medium successful 2021, tried to uncover Swift’s adjacent merchandise successful a spot with The Roots’ frontman Black Thought, aka Tariq Trotter.
The big questioned if Swift’s “1989” and “Speak Now” rerecordings would some travel retired Friday.
Black Thought aboriginal asked Fallon however helium would cognize the reply to a “rumor.”
Fallon, who claimed the “clues are everywhere” astir the albums’ merchandise dates, preceded to unearth a fig of hints sprinkled passim Swift’s euphony videos and online merch store.
The host, who sped done the archetypal clue, asked Black Thought if helium “followed” on with his rant.
“Yeah, no,” the frontman replied.
You tin travel Fallon’s complicated, minute-plus probe into Swift below.
Fallon isn’t the lone precocious nighttime big who loves the “Lover” singer’s music.
“The Late Show” big Stephen Colbert quizzed Swift astir the meaning of her opus “Hey Stephen” from her medium “Fearless” successful 2021.
Colbert played a 2009 clip from “The Colbert Report” wherever helium wondered if Swift’s archetypal mentation of “Hey Stephen” was astir him.
“‘Hey Stephen’ has got to beryllium astir me, conscionable similar ‘Lucy successful the Sky with Diamonds’ has got to beryllium astir Lucille Ball flying successful an airplane with each her jewelry,” Colbert said successful 2021. “To judge thing else, you’d person to beryllium precocious connected acid.”
Colbert aboriginal asked Swift, who wrote the opus for state euphony vocalist Stephen Barker Liles, if the opus was astir him.
“No,” Swift swiftly replied. “I mean, I archetypal recorded that opus successful 2008, I deliberation I was, like, 18.”
“Yeah, I was besides a younger age,” Colbert joked.
The afloat clip from Colbert’s interrogation is below.