Golden Globes 2019: Taylor Swift Makes Surprise Appearance
We stan a sneaky queen.
After E! News surprised Elisabeth Moss with a personal video message from Handmaid's Tale fan Taylor Swift on the Golden Globes red carpet, the princess of pop again shocked viewers by later appearing at the award show as a presenter.
"Hey it's Taylor," Tay said in the video message. "I just wanted to do this video as a shout-out to Elisabeth and say thank you so much for saying in an interview that you listen to my music when you're shooting Handmaid's Tale because I'm a huge fan, I'm obsessed with the show."
Moss was clearly chuffed by the sweet message, telling hosts, "Oh my God that's so crazy!" she said. "I can't believe she even knows who I am! That's amazing, thank you!"
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And while the 29-year-old chose not the strut the red carpet with her actor boyfriend Joe Alwyn -- who was there to support his film The Favourite -- Tay-Tay instead went for a grand entrance as she appeared alongside Idris Elba to present the award for Best Original Score and Best Original Song.
"Hi, Taylor," Elba said. "Looking good there," as Swift replied with a short and sweet, "Thanks!"
Fans were first alerted to the star's presence at the Globes when Will & Grace star Megan Mullaly uploaded a sneaky shot of the singer backstage to her Instagram story.
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It's not surprising that the pair opted to forgo a joint red carpet entrance to the ceremony, as both have previously spoken out about keeping their relationship private.
"I'm aware people want to know about that side of things," Alwyn told British Vogue last year about dating the 'Ready For It..?' songstress.
"I think we have been successfully very private and that has now sunk in for people," he said. "But I really prefer to talk about work."
And while fans were hoping for a pic of the genetically-blessed couple together, either way, they're going wild over the star's surprise attendance at the ceremony.