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Taylor Swift admits ex Joe Alwyn was 'wrong guy' during emotional performance in France

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Taylor Swift has openly declared that her former flame Joe Alwyn was the 'wrong guy' during a heartfelt performance in France.The global pop icon, who will touch down in Edinburgh this weekend for her Eras World Tour at Murrayfield Stadium, left fans reeling with emotion after she put a twist on the ending of her song while performing in Lyon last night.In a moment that sent the crowd into a frenzy, Taylor strummed her guitar and sang: "Long story short it was the wrong guy." She then poignantly concluded the song with, "long story short I survived." Social media platforms like X, formerly known as Twitter, were ablaze with chatter about the stirring rendition, with many fans convinced she was alluding to her British ex, Joe, the Mirror reports.One fan exclaimed: "The way she ended one of her most heartbreaking songs with long story short it was the wrong guy..

long story short i survived."Another was simply overwhelmed, commenting: "I can't deal."A third added their voice to the chorus, saying: "The end to that song.

Wow."And a fourth concurred, stating: "Epic. The emotion behind that song is clear."This emotional revelation comes amid reports that Taylor Swift's latest album, Tortured Poets Department, features songs about her past relationship with Joe Alwyn.

Meanwhile, staff at the Black Dog pub in Vauxhall, London, have seen an influx of Swift's fans, known as Swifties, eager to visit the establishment mentioned in track 17 of Swift's chart-topping new album.Get the latest news sent straight to your messages by joining our WhatsApp community today.You'll receive daily updates on breaking news as well as the top headlines across Scotland.No one will be able to see who is signed up and no one can send messages except

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