Taylor Swift's rep hits back at wild wedding whispers: 'Insane' and 'Fabricated' rumors debunked

    Taylor Swift's representative denounces 'outlandish' and 'false' speculations about singer's alleged secret marriage to Joe Alwyn.

    <p>Taylor Swift (Source: Variety)</p>

    Taylor Swift (Source: Variety)

    On Thursday, the representative for the superstar, Tree Paine, criticized DeuxMoi, an anonymous Instagram account known for sharing unverified celebrity gossip. This came after a post from the account alleged that Taylor Swift and her ex-boyfriend Joe Alwyn had a marriage ceremony in either 2020 or 2021.

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    Paine expressed frustration, stating, "Enough is enough with these concocted lies about Taylor from Deuxmoi. There was NEVER a marriage or ceremony of ANY kind. This is an outrageous claim to post." Paine continued on X, "It's time for you to be held accountable for the pain and trauma you cause with posts like these."

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    Taylor Swift (Source: X)

    Earlier today, DeuxMoi posted a speculation from an anonymous source suggesting that Taylor Swift's song, "You're Losing Me," was inspired by a past miscarriage, leading to a strain in the relationship with her now-ex. Following Tree Paine's tweet, the post was removed from DeuxMoi's Instagram Stories.

    In response, DeuxMoi, known for its two podcasts and the release of the novel "Anon Pls." last year, defended themselves in a deleted post, saying, "Well, I make zero dollars from lying... can publicists say the same?" They further added, "Also, to relate something that is in reference to something that happened years ago to 'pain & trauma' after what just happened seems like a poor choice of words. Either way, I apologize to Taylor."

    Swift, presently in a relationship with Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce, tackled the engagement rumors in her song "Lavender Haze," crooning, "All they keep asking me is if I'm gonna be your bride, the only kinda girl they see is a one-night or a wife."

    Taylor Swift (Source: People)

    Before the album's October 2022 launch, the Grammy winner informed fans that the song drew inspiration from the "peculiar rumors" and "tabloid speculations" that she and Alwyn encountered throughout their relationship.

    With Swift's representative staunchly refuting marriage rumors and addressing speculations. Swift herself, through her new album, offers a musical lens into the challenges and rumors that have accompanied her relationship with Joe Alwyn.