OMG, Taylor's Re-Recording Of "Love Story" Is Here & It's Even Better Than The Original

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Taylor Swift's resume is chock-full of unique and once-in-a-lifetime projects, and she just added commercial singer to the list of things she does so well. In the midst of re-recording her early albums, Taylor Swift's new "Love Story" recording has been featured in Ryan Reynolds' Match commercial, and it's so perfect. While the song itself will give fans all of the feels, bringing them back to their teenage years, the entire minute-and-a-half ad is sure to leave people laughing out loud.

If there's two things that Swifties know for sure it's just how close the singer is to Reynolds and his wife, Blake Lively, and how thrilled she is to be rerecording all of her old music while in quarantine. Combine the two and Swift is one happy lady.

During her 2020 AMAs acceptance speech on Nov. 22 via video, Swift revealed she couldn't be in attendance because she's currently "re-recording all of my old music in the studio we originally recorded it."

Fast forward a week and a half, and the new version of Swift's 2008 hit "Love Story" is getting the royal treatment from Reynolds.

"Okay so while my new re-records are NOT done, my friend @VancityReynolds asked me if he could use a snippet of one for a LOLsome commercial he wrote so...here’s a sneak peak of Love Story!" Swift announced on Twitter. "Working hard to get the music to you soon!!"

Check it out below.

The commercial combines Swift's sweet lyrics with a plotline that aims to find the laughs in the hellscape of a year 2020 has been by showing anyone, including a literal demon, can find love on the Match app, and it's epic. "A match made in hell is still a @match," Reynolds tweeted. "Latest work from @MaximumEffort#2020LoveStory."

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Swift previously told Good Morning America that "Love Story" was the song she's had the most fun rerecording so far, and now it has even more meaning behind it.

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