Pop star Taylor Swift released yesterday the music video for her latest single, You Need to Calm Down. The music video is filled with cameos by many of your favorite celebrities., namely queer and plus-size model Dexter Mayfield, lesbian chef and YouTube star hannah Hart, openly trans actress and activist Laverne Cox, singer-songwriter, actor, choreographer, and YouTuber Todrick Hall, pop singer and actor Chester Lockhart, lesbian pop star Hayley Kiyoko, Modern Family actor Jesse Tyler Fergusion and husband Justin Mikita, pop star Ciara, the cast of Queer Eye, fashion expert Tan France, interior designer Bobby Berk, self-help guru Karamo Brown, food specialist Antoni Porowski, and grooming guide Jonathan Van Ness, Olympic figure skater Adam Rippon, singer-songwriter Adam Lambert, noontime talk show host Ellen DeGeneres, pop singer and actor Billy Porter, RuPaul’s Drag Race alumni Tatianna, Trinity Taylor, Delta Work, Trinity K. Bonet, Jade Jolie, Adore Delano, and A’keria Chanel Davenport,and RuPaul himself, Beyoncé impersonator Riley Knoxx, pop star and Swift’s friend Katy Perry, and Deadpool star Ryan Reynolds.
After releasing the music video, Swift shouted out to her You Need to Calm Down co-stars by tweeting their Twitter handles, and encouraged her followers to follow her collaborators. However, Swift apparently made a blunder when she unknowingly tweeted the Twitter handle of another Ryan Reynolds.
The latter Reynolds is a sports writer, whose Twitter handle is @RyanReynolds, whereas the actor Reynolds’ handle is @VancityReynolds. So, it’s an understandable mistake, but a slightly embarrassing one nonetheless. Fortunately for Swift, Reynolds the writer is used to this particular brand of confusion and was cool about the whole blunder, even correcting Swift’s mistake politely and expressing his admiration for her music.
So uh, @taylorswift13...— Ryan G. Reynolds (@RyanReynolds) June 17, 2019
I appreciate the shoutout but you're looking for @VancityReynolds.
PS: I'm a big fan. Especially "Style" and "Shake It Off."
Seriously. Ask my teenage sons. I sing along in the car.
I'm so old and so lame. https://t.co/4HLdydglwd