30-year-old ‘Cardigan’ superstar Taylor Swift is a very sneaky celebrity!
Swift just admitted in an interview with Beatles legend Paul McCartney, 78, that she’s written music for other people under different pseudonyms! She says to Paul during a special interview for Rolling Stone: “I think, when a pseudonym comes in is when you still have a love for making the work and you don’t want the work to become overshadowed by this thing that’s been built around you, based on what people know about you. And that’s when it’s really fun to create fake names and write under them.”
Paul then asks: “Oh, well, we didn’t know that! Is that a widely known fact?” to which Taylor replies: “Oh, yeah. I think it is now, but it wasn’t. I wrote under the name Nils Sjöberg because those are two of the most popular names of Swedish males. I wrote this song called ‘This Is What You Came For’ that Rihanna ended up singing. And nobody knew for a while. I remembered always hearing that when Prince wrote ‘Manic Monday,’ they didn’t reveal it for a couple of months.” Paul then adds: “Yeah, it also proves you can do something without the fame tag. I did something for Peter and Gordon; my girlfriend’s brother and his mate were in a band called Peter and Gordon. And I used to write under the name Bernard Webb…” Read Taylor’s full interview with Sir Paul MacCartney here and let us know: DO YOU KNOW ANY GHOSTWRITERS YOURSELF??? WHAT DO YOU THINK THEY’VE WRITTEN??? HMMMM??…IS TAYLOR SWIFT A GHOST?…XOXO