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What The Actor From Taylor Swift’s You Belong With Me Music Video Looks Like Today

The “You Belong with Me” music video was more than just an acting credit for Lucas Till — he actually dated Taylor Swift for a month or two afterward. Luckily, it sounds as though the split was fairly amicable, with no bad blood between the pair. “We just really both liked each other,” he told MTV in 2009. “I really just liked her as a friend. That’s the only reason that didn’t work out.”

Unlike some of Swift’s other exes, Till doesn’t seem to have a song about him, which is likely for the best. And their drama-free breakup seems to have allowed them to remain on good terms. In 2020, when Entertainment Tonight asked him what it was like to work with Swift all those years ago, he described her as “generous” and “professional,” continuing, “I remember just feeling like a star when I came and did that music video. I felt so special.”

Honestly, the video may be worth a second look for more than simply seeing a young version of Till. After all, Till portrays a football player whom Swift’s character pines after, and now the singer-songwriter is dating NFL star Travis Kelce (leading to some complicated Super Bowl plans that have Swifties doing the math). Was it foreshadowing her one true love all along?

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