Ed Sheeran Address The Rumors About Taylor Swift’s Song “Dress”
One of the many theories swirling around Taylor Swift’s “reputation” is that the sexy song “Dress” was written about Ed Sheeran, but Ed has now debunked the theory.
Fans speculated it might be about Ed because the tune has her pining for a “best friend,” and he is one of hers. There is also the mention of a golden tattoo, and he has bright orange tiger on his chest, and she does feature the line “in the shape of you” in the song, and “Shape of You” is one of Ed’s biggest hits.
But during an Internet livestream for “August Man,” Ed addressed the rumors and points to one specific description in the song, a reference to a certain haircut, that makes him believe it isn’t about him.
“I don't think it is [about me]. I think if you read into it... It's not..,” he said. “You know, because she mentions someone with a buzzcut haircut, and I've never had a buzzcut haircut.”
Chris Martin Headed For "Modern Family"
Coldplay fans may want to tune into ABC’s “Modern Family” next week. That’s because the band’s frontman, Chris Martin, is set to make a cameo.
The episode revolves around the characters having celebrity encounters, and in it Phil (Ty Burrell) suffers and “embarrassing health issue” while showing Martin a home.
Chris’ episode is set to air November 29th at 9 pm on ABC.
Train’s Pat Monahan Launches “Drops of Jupiter” Wines
Train’s Pat Monahan is launching another portfolio of wine. The singer has teamed with winemaker James Foster for “Drops of Jupiter,” a line of three different wines, sourced from wine regions around the world. The new collection, named after Train’s biggest hit, includes:
A Cabernet Sauvignon from the heart of Southeastern Australia's most prized growing regionsA Pinot Noir from California's San Benito AVA on the Central CoastA Sauvignon Blanc from the Marlborough region of New Zealand
This is the second time Monahan has teamed with Foster for a wine portfolio. They previously released the “Save Me, San Francisco Wine Co.” collection.
"Drops of Jupiter" wines will sell for $20 and proceeds from the sales will go to Family House, a non-profit providing temporary housing to families of seriously ill children receiving treatment at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) Benioff Children's Hospital.