Taylor Swift Admits She Regrets One Of Her Most Iconic Moments

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“That was too much.”

Taylor Swift is no stranger to iconic moments. She always manages to create them or be a part of them. Please see the below evidence.

And how could we forget this moment on Ellen?

At just 18, Swift was just edging into the spotlight with her innocence and blonde locks and love songs... then BAM! She throws Joe Jonas under the bus on national television like it's nothing. 

Swift's publicists be like:

"Oh, it’s okay. It’s alright. I’m cool. You know what? It’s like when I find that person, that is right for me and he’ll be wonderful, and when I look at that person, I’m not even going to be able to remember the boy who broke up with me over the phone in 25 seconds when I was 18."

Classic teenage angst. 

It's been over 10 years since the blast, Swift has had time to think about her actions, laugh it off with Jonas and has returned to the scene of the crime to admit how much she regrets that moment.

Ellen asked Swift "What the most rebellious thing she did as a teenager?" during DeGeneres' Burning Questions game:

"Probably when I put Joe Jonas on blast on your show.

"That was too much. Yeah, that was too much. I was 18. We laugh about it now. That was mouthy, yeah, teenage stuff there."

In typical Swift fashion, the heartbroken singer wrote about her feelings towards Jonas with a song titled Forever And Always, for her album Fearless. 

Her Ellen appearance wasn’t the only time Swift called out Jonas; she slammed him during her Saturday Night Live monologue as well. 

“You might think I’d mention Joe, that guy who broke up with me on the phone, but I’m not gonna talk about him in my monologue.

“Hey Joe, I’m doing real well, tonight I’m hosting SNL. But I’m not gonna brag about that in my monologue.”


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Written By Christina Cavaleri