Taylor Lautner goes again to 2009. On the Wednesday, February 1, episode of his and spouse Tay Lautner’s podcast, “The Squeeze,” the actor gave a shocking reply when the blonde magnificence requested him, “For those who may return to 1 second in your life, what would that be?”
“Most likely the 2009 VMAs after I introduced the award to Taylor Swift and was unaware that the Kanye [West] factor was not a skit,” the Twilight lead, 30, admitted, referencing the notorious second when the rapper interrupted the singer’s victory speech.
On the time, Lautner and Swift, 33, had simply gone public with their romance, and the Scream Queens alum was the one who introduced her with the award. He then stood about “5 toes again” whereas the “You Belong With Me” crooner addressed the viewers, just for West, 45, to trigger a scene.
“I can barely hear it. I can’t see them,” he recalled of not having the ability to get the total image of the incident. “I’m simply assuming that this entire factor was a practiced and rehearsed skit as a result of why else would Kanye West be leaping up on the stage interrupting Taylor Swift?”
The film star admitted he was “laughing” on the ordeal, as a result of although he couldn’t hear what was occurring, he assumed no matter was taking place was “most likely actually humorous.”
It wasn’t till the songwriter “turned again round and I noticed her face for the primary time, I used to be like, ‘Oh. That wasn’t good,’” Lautner concluded.
The Grammy winner and Lautner started courting in the summertime of 2009 after assembly on the set of Valentine’s Day, however issues fizzled out by that December. Regardless of the brief timeline, the pair have by no means talked poorly of the opposite, and Swift even penned the candy monitor “Again to December” in his honor.
And whereas most of her breakup tunes paint her exes in a destructive gentle, this was arguably the primary one the place she admitted she was accountable for his or her soured romance.
“Up till now, I haven’t actually felt like I actually wanted to apologize to somebody,” she defined in an interview on the time. “It’s simply crucial.”