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Dionne Warwick joins Taylor Swift/Jake Gyllenhaal saga, tweets actor 'should return' singer's scarf

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Dionne Warwick has chimed in on the Taylor Swifta and Jake Gyllenhaal saga.

On Monday the music legend took to Twitter to share her two cents about Taylor’s new rendition of her 2012 song All Too Well, which is widely rumored to be written about her brief romance with the actor. 

In reference to the lyric about an unreturned red scarf, the 80-year-old singer tweeted: ‘If that young man has Taylor’s scarf he should return it.’ 

A new voice: Dionne Warwick has joined the resurfaced Taylor Swift/Jake Gyllenhaal narrative; seen in Montclair, NJ in October

A new voice: Dionne Warwick has joined the resurfaced Taylor Swift/Jake Gyllenhaal narrative; seen in Montclair, NJ in October

Tweeting to her 568,000 followers she added: ‘It does not belong to you. Box it up and I will pay the postage, Jake.’ 

It was retweeted more than 18,000 times and received a whopping 134,000 likes.  

One fan added to the conversation, suggesting ‘Dionne Warwick should be the Judge Judy of celebrity feuds,’ to which the songstress replied, ‘I will do this. Where do I sign?’

The discourse stems from buzz around Swift’s directorial debut for the song, which she made into a 10-minute short film. It came out on November 12.

Legend of the scarf: On Monday the music legend took to Twitter to share her two cents about Taylor's new rendition of her 2012 song All Too Well, written about the Ambulance actor

Legend of the scarf: On Monday the music legend took to Twitter to share her two cents about Taylor’s new rendition of her 2012 song All Too Well, written about the Ambulance actor

The infamous track opens with the line, ‘I walked through the door with you, the air was cold, but something about it felt like home somehow, and I, left my scarf there at your sister’s house, and you’ve still got it in your drawer even now.’

Warwick isn’t the only celeb to enter the discussion around the article of clothing. 

Andrew Burnap, who worked with Gyllenhaal on Broadway, thinks he may be the one with the accessory.

On Friday he tweeted: ‘this is gonna sound crazy and you will definitely think i’m kidding but i’m not – i think i am in possession of that scarf.’

The inspiration: Although fans have long speculated that the song was written about Jake, he and Taylor had a surprisingly short-lived romance; seen in LA in 2019

Short romance: The two only dated from October through December of 2010; seen in NYC in September

The inspiration: Although fans have long speculated that the song was written about Jake, he and Taylor had a surprisingly short-lived romance

All Too Well was originally released as part of 2012’s Red album, but an extended version was released on November 11, as part of the Grammy winner’s undertaking to re-record most of her discography.

Although fans have long speculated that the song was written about Jake, he and Taylor had a surprisingly short-lived romance.

The two only dated from October through December of 2010. 

Another take: Warwick isn't the only celeb to enter the discussion around the article of clothing. Andrew Burnap, who worked with Gyllenhaal on Broadway, thinks he may be the one with the accessory

Another take: Warwick isn’t the only celeb to enter the discussion around the article of clothing. Andrew Burnap, who worked with Gyllenhaal on Broadway, thinks he may be the one with the accessory

On November 13 the Pennsylvania-born songwriter was the musical guest on Saturday Night Live, and she performed the extended version of the track.

The short was projected on a large screen behind her as she strummed a guitar and belted the tune for a live audience. 

Warwick was also on the long-running late night program a week earlier, as she made a surprise appearance on the Ego Nwodim–hosted segment The Dionne Warwick Show.

The real-life Dionne was Ego’s final guest of the segment, and she appeared in a similarly sparkly black outfit.

‘Dionne, why are you perfect?’ Ego asked the real singer.

‘My darling, I am not perfect. I’m just very, very good,’ she replied, before the two sang What The World Needs Now Is Love together. 

The SNL treatment: On November 13 the Pennsylvania-born songwriter was the musical guest on Saturday Night Live, and she performed the extended version of the track

The SNL treatment: On November 13 the Pennsylvania-born songwriter was the musical guest on Saturday Night Live, and she performed the extended version of the track

Late night comedy: Warwick was also on the long-running late night program a week earlier, as she made a surprise appearance on the Ego Nwodim–hosted segment The Dionne Warwick Show

Late night comedy: Warwick was also on the long-running late night program a week earlier, as she made a surprise appearance on the Ego Nwodim–hosted segment The Dionne Warwick Show



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