“John Mayer, you’re next.”
As you know, Taylor Swift dropped her already record-breaking short film for the 10-minute version of her fan-fave Red-era track, “All Too Well.” The short, which Taylor directed, wrote, and starred in, features Dylan O’Brien and Sadie Sink presumably acting out Taylor’s whirlwind romance with Jake Gyllenhaal — the man who the song is allegedly about.
Of course, the “All Too Well” short film comes alongside the Grammy-winner’s rerelease of Red, which follows her rerelease of 2008’s Fearless in early April of this year. Taylor’s versions — which include never-before-heard tracks and extended plays — are debuting amid her battle to regain control of her masters from her old record label, Big Machine.
Which brings us to (*drumroll please*) Taylor’s likely planned rerelease of Speak Now, her third studio album that originally debuted in 2010. Fans are speculating that the 31-year-old singer-songwriter will continue her rerecording process by releasing new versions of mega-hits like “Back to December” and “Dear John” — the latter of which is about none other than…
So, yeah, a lot of people should be scared, and by “a lot of people” I mean John.
See a roundup of some of the best tweets from fans below: