Taylor Swift hilariously recreated the viral Spider-Man meme with his ex-boyfriend Taylor Lautner and his wife Taylor Lautner.
During her concert on Friday night (July 6) in Kansas City, the pop star introduced the music video for her song “I Can See You” from the recently released album Speak now (Taylor’s version).
Actors Joey King, Presley Cash and Taylor Lautner can be seen in the music video. The latter – who Swift dated in 2009 – was the inspiration for 2010’s “Back to December.”
Introducing Lautner on stage, Swift said, “He was a very positive force in my life when I was doing something Speak Now.”
Lautner is best known for his role as Jacob in the hit vampire series dusk. He surprised the crowd at Geha Field, Arrowhead Stadium by cartwheeling and doing a backflip on stage.
After the concert, Swift shared behind-the-scenes photos from the music video on social media.
She also released one in which herself, Lautner, and Lautner’s wife, Taylor Dome (now Lautner), recreated the iconic Spider-Man meme from the 1967 animated version of the franchise.
Lautner shared the same photo on his Instagram with the caption: “The secret is out! Tonight was wild.”
The image shows the trio standing in a triangle and pointing at each other, a homage to the original image which showed two Spider-Man characters pointing at each other as each claims to be the ‘real’ Spider-Man.
The photo was praised by fans, who called it “hilarious” in the comments.
Lautner and Dome went public with their relationship in 2018. In November 2022, they married at a ceremony in California.
Before their wedding in August 2022, Lautner announced that Dome would take his last name, making them both Taylor Lautner.
“I Can See You” is one of six “Vault” tracks released as part of Speak Now (Taylor’s Version).
The album, released on Friday (July 7), is a re-recording of Swift’s 2010 album Speak Now. It’s the third of six albums she intends to re-release in order to regain financial and legal control over her back catalogue.
While the majority of the songs are playing Speak Now (Taylor’s Version) Because these are re-recordings of previous songs, the tracklist also includes six previously unheard songs written by Swift around the same time.
The six Vault tracks on the record are: Electric Touch (featuring Fall Out Boy), When Emma Falls in Love, I Can See You, Castles Crumbling (featuring Hayley Williams), Foolish One”. ‘ and ‘Timeless’.
Swift took the opportunity with Speak Now (Taylor’s Version) to change a controversial lyric in one of the original tracks of the album “Better Than Revenge”.
You can read The Independent‘s four-star review by Speak Now (Taylor’s Version) Here.