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Swifties Swarm The Black Dog as cafe owner mentions Joe Alwyn is a regular



Swifties Swarm The Black Dog as cafe owner mentions Joe Alwyn is a regular

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Taylor Swift fans have flocked to The Black Dog in London, which the pub owner strongly hinted at Joe Alwyn to be a “normal” person there.

Swifties were convinced that “The Black Dog” would follow suit The department of tortured poets album, which was released on Friday, April 19, is about Swift’s ex Joe Alwyn and it looks like they could be right on the money.

Swift, 34, released the song about an ex who frequents the London pub and the venue’s owner Lily Bottomley told Sky News on Monday: “I don’t want to give too much away. We do have a certain blonde regular customer who comes by regularly, let’s just say.”

Bottomley also spoke about the incredible increase in visitors to the pub since the release of “The Black Dog”. She added that this is the highest number of visitors she has received.

The song is the 17th track on TTPDbreaking Spotify’s record for the most streamed album in a single day.

Joe Alwyn is a regular at The Black Dog pub

Joe Alwyn and Taylor Swift Taylor Swift and Joe Alwyn arrive at Zuma in New York City on October 6, 2019. (Photo by Jackson Lee/GC Images)

Bottomley, who also told it BBC that Swift had previously visited the pub, said it now offers Swift-themed burgers and cocktails and that Swift is a fan of the venue because: “The Black Dog is a wonderful neighborhood pub.

“It’s very small and very cozy, so I can imagine that the neighborhood feeling, the community, would appeal to her. Clearly, she is as famous as she is [it’s] Maybe a nice break.”

She continued: “We’ve had it [the album] non-stop in the pub. We’ve had fans sing along. It was amazing. We just love it, it was so much fun. All the attention has been quite overwhelming, but we couldn’t be happier.”

Swift talks in the first verse about seeing an ex going into the bar. “And so I watch you walk into a bar called The Black Dog and drill new holes in my heart,” she sings.

Following the song’s release, the London pub’s presence on social media exploded. “POV Your cozy little pub is getting a name on the new Taylor Swift album??!” read a video shared via TikTok on Friday, with the playful question in the caption: “How do we deal with it? Swifties, please advise on next steps 😅🐶🖤.”