Taylor Swift Hangs Out With British Singer Tom Odell
It looked like Taylor Swift had fun in London after performing at 2013 Brit Awards. On Thursday evening, February 21, The singer was caught on camera leaving a pub with British singer, Tom Odell, heading to Groucho Club which was served for members only.
Swift and Odell's friendship started when Odell sang a cover of Swift's "I Knew You Were Trouble" in BBC Radio 1's Live Lounge. The video went viral on the internet, and Swift tweeted the video link in January and wrote, "So I was already a @tompeterodell superfan... Now I'm just floored. This is so good." Odell who seemed so happy replied, "yesssssssss pleased you like it.. xx."
After the initial tweet, Swift and Odell started talking via Twitter before finally met in person. In an interview with Digital Spy recently, Odell expressed his admiration to Swift, "I bought her album 'Red'. She writes it all [the lyrics] herself - I didn't know that. Some of it's incredible. I'm definitely a fan."
Hollywood Life made a speculation that Swift and Odell's comfortable conversation on Twitter was Swift's plot to make her ex-boyfriend Harry Styles jealous. When he was asked if Swift was flirting on him, Odell told Spinner laughingly, "That's odd, isn't it? That's crazy. That's mad." Then he answered in more serious way, "Well... maybe she is. Quite nice. She's a pretty girl."
In the interview that was held prior to the event Odell also said, "I've never met her before, so it's strange, flirting with her. But if she is, then cool. I should have flirted more back, maybe."
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