After the release of “Red (Taylor’s Version)” by Taylor Swift, Dionne Warwick asked Jake Gyllenhaal to return the infamous scarf referenced in “All Too Well”.
Dionne warwick will cover the shipping cost if it results in the return of Taylor Swiftthe scarf. The singer, 80, weighed in on the infamous Jake gyllenhaal scarf speech following the release of the 10 minute version of “All Too Well” on the Taylor reissue Red (Taylor version).
It doesn’t belong to you. Pack it up and I’ll pay the postage, Jake.
– Dionne Warwick (@dionnewarwick) November 15, 2021
“If this young man has Taylor’s scarf, he should return it,” Dionne tweeted, adding in a follow-up, “She doesn’t belong to you. Pack it up and I’ll pay the postage, Jake.
The garment is referenced in “All Too Well”, a favorite track among fans of the Swifties. In the opening lines of the song, Taylor, 31, sings: “I left my scarf with your sister; And you still have it in your drawer, even now. Towards the end, she hums: “Now you turn my things over and I walk home on my own, but you keep my old scarf from that very first week; Because it reminds you of innocence and it smells like me.
While the singer has never publicly confirmed that the song is about the 40-year-old actor, fans have long been convinced it is hinting at their brief three-month relationship that began in late October 2010. The two were famous photographed (scarf in tow) on her way to the home of Jake’s famous sister, the actress Maggie Gyllenhaal, who was also asked about the famous scarf. During an appearance on Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen in 2017, Maggie said it was “totally possible” she was in possession of the garment.
“I never understood why everyone asked me about this scarf. What is it? “Maggie joked.” I’m in the dark about the scarf. It’s entirely possible. [I have it]. I do not know. I’ve been asked this question before. Following the release of Red (Taylor version) and Too good: the short film on November 12, however, fans were given another update to Jake’s friend’s scarf, André Burnap, winner of a Tony Award. Andrew tweeted that while it might “sound crazy” he believes he is currently in possession of the scarf.
No matter who has the scarf, a message: Dionne Warwick will cover the shipping costs for its safe return.
Reference from hollywoodlife