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Taylor Swift sparks engagement rumours with Joe Alwyn after she rocks a huge bling

Taylor Swift was recently seen attending Saturday Night Live! after-party with Joe Alwyn by her side. But what caught our attention was the ring she was seen flaunting at the party

Taylor Swift who was apart of the Saturday Night Live! episode was seen making her into the after-party after the wrapping of the episode. Taylor was also joined by her boyfriend Joe Alywn at the after-party and the sight of the two walkings in together was surely heart-fluttering as they held on to each other as the shutterbugs captured the two. 

As Taylor made her way into the party, fans couldn’t help but notice a flashy piece of jewellery, huge bling! And fans couldn’t help but wonder is that was an engagement ring. Various Swifties also took to social media to ask about the same! But rather than dragging it further let us bring it to your notice that the ring is not on the left hand. Engagement rings are usually on the left hand but Taylor was sporting the beautiful ring on the right hand. Taylor looked gorgeous dressed in a black blazer, embellished pants, and metallic Christian Louboutin heels, the same outfit she wore while performing “False God,” while Joe looked dapper as he opted for a pair of denim, black tee, and blazer.

Taylor and Joe have kept details of their relationship under wraps for some time now but Joe has been the inspiration for several of the songs on her recent album Lover! She also opened up a diary entry which was included in the deluxe edition of the album offered by Target, that they began dating in 2016.

In a recent interview, Taylor also revealed how she would rather open up about her relationship in her songs rather than social media or interviews. She said, “Singing about something helps you to express it in a way that feels more accurate. You cannot, no matter what, put words in a quote and have it move someone the same way as if you heard those words with the perfect sonic representation of that feeling. There is that weird conflict in being a confessional songwriter and then also having my life, you know, 10 years ago, be catapulted into this strange pop-culture thing.”

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