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I’ve heard a few people say the Tay character that crashes the Maserati and is at the end “getting receipts” is throwing shade at a certain someone (we all know who and that’s not the point)… I think it’s actually playing on the rumour that Taylor  does everything for attention. Like, the paparazzi are there at the crash because she called them, everything she does is for attention. None of the Taylor Swift characters in the video are meant to represent other people; they all represent the false or incomplete images people have of Swift herself. 

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Hey, @prozdvoices, I was binging PBnT’s Kingdom Hearts let’s play again, aaaand this happened.
It’s KH Anne Marie! :) I plan on drawing you and Alex, too. This took a while but it was super fun.
Hope you guys continue with the rest of the (less frustrating) KH games!

please don’t ever laugh at someone at the gym who’s lifting very little amounts of weight, or running only a little bit on the treadmill. don’t make fun of someone for putting a machine at the lowest weight or only bench pressing the bar (it’s already 45 lbs on its own). don’t laugh at the people who are just starting out or who physically can’t do too much weights or running or pull ups or squats or whatever. Everyone has to start somewhere

Chris Colfer on Behind-the-Scenes on the Set of Glee: ‘I Wasn’t Hooking Up with Anybody’

There may not be a tell-all book of behind-the-scenes drama underway, but Glee star Chris Colfer says he is not opposed to penning a chapter!

“I think I would maybe save that for an autobiography, maybe have that be a juicy chapter, rather than the whole thing,” Colfer, 26, tells PEOPLE Now.

Perhaps his set “buddies,” who he shares are co-stars Ashley Fink and Amber Riley, would make the cut. In this hypothetical “juicy chapter,” however, it would spare hook-up stories.

“I wasn’t hooking up with anybody! Who was I hooking up with?” he insists. “Maybe it was happening and no one was inviting me.”

Colfer went on to chat about his actual novel, Stranger Than Fanfiction. His favorite chapter? “Truth Shaming,” which he explains is like fat shaming but for honest people.

“Anyone I’ve ever met in the industry, I’ve stolen from their life,” he says.