Did Taylor Swift break the Blank Space car?

No, she didn’t wreck the car. Back when the internet was working (i.e. before Kim Kardashian broke it), there was a brief period of time when Taylor Swift and her latest video, “Blank Space,” had won it.

Who covered Taylor Swift songs?

Taylor Swift’s best cover songs, from Jennifer Lopez to Coldplay

  • Phil Collins – ‘Can’t Stop Loving You’
  • Alanis Morissette – ‘You Oughta Know’
  • Gwen Stefani – ‘Sweet Escape’
  • Beck – ‘Dreams’
  • Coldplay – ‘Viva La Vida’
  • Robbie Williams – ‘Angels’
  • Mary J. Blige – ‘Doubt’
  • Jennifer Lopez – ‘Jenny From The Block’

Is Blank Space about Harry?

Taylor Swift has talked in detail about what inspired her hit song Blank Space. And no – it’s not Harry Styles. The 26-year-old singer said being painted as ‘psycho serial dater girl’ by the media led her to write the hit track – but not necessarily because she was offended.

Who was wildest dreams written for?

Though it has been rumoured that the song was about Harry Styles, instead it is about a person who is begging their lover to remember them despite them coming to the end of their relationship. “Wildest Dreams” is from Taylor’s fifth studio album, 1989 released in 2014.

What is the name of Taylor Swift’s cat?

Swift’s cats are Meredith Grey (after the character of the same name from Grey’s Anatomy), Olivia Benson (honoring Mariska Hargitay’s iconic Law & Order: SVU character) and Benjamin Button (after Brad Pitt’s reverse-aging starring role).

Who made the AC Cobra?

driver Carroll Shelby
American racing driver Carroll Shelby developed the Cobra from the AC Ace in 1962. They were built by AC in Thames Ditton and shipped to Shelby’s works in California for the installation of the Ford V8 engine. Initially, these were 4,260cc but soon enlarged to 4,736cc (289 cubic inches).

What was Alanis Morissette’s biggest hit?

“All I Really Want” and “Hand in My Pocket” followed, and the fourth U.S. single, “Ironic”, became Morissette’s biggest hit. “You Learn” and “Head over Feet”, the fifth and sixth singles, kept Jagged Little Pill (1995) in the top 20 on the Billboard 200 albums chart for more than a year.