Taylor Swift and boyfriend Joe Alwyn just won writing award


13 October 2021, 17:36

Taylor Swift and Joe Alwyn scored a victory for “Betty”.

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Taylor Swift and Joe Alwyn prove they are the best songwriting duo by winning big at the BMI Awards in London.

Taylor Swift is no stranger to awards, but now she even collects accolades with her boy friend!

Over the weekend, the 31-year-old singer and 30-year-old Joe Alwyn received a win at the Broadcast Music Inc Awards – an event that honors songwriters and composers in the industry.

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The talented couple wrote a track together for Swift’s eighth studio album, “Folklore”, to critical acclaim.

Taylor Swift and Joe Alwyn have been dating for five years

Taylor Swift and Joe Alwyn have been dating for five years.

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The beloved duo have been dating for nearly five years at the time of writing and have started working together musically throughout last year’s lockdown.

Their collaboration led to fan favorite song “Betty” on Taylor’s indie-folk record!

Now the upbeat acoustic bop has received an award for “Most Performed Songs of the Year” at the BMI event – marking the institution’s first-ever Alwyn victory.

Fans were quick to congratulate the couple on Twitter, saying the partners who win together stay together!

Alwyn, the movie star of The favourite To Mary Queen of Scots, featured on Taylor’s ‘Folklore’ album under the pseudonym William Bowery.

Swifties quickly cracked the code and realized that it was actually Taylor’s beau who was helping write songs like “Betty and” Exile. ”

The pop sensation revealed during the Disney + special, Folklore: Long Pond studio sessions, that the enigmatic collaborator was, in fact, Joe.

During the feature film, Taylor told his songwriter and producer friend Jack Antonoff, “So William Bowery is Joe … as we know it.”

We are so happy that this couple decided to make music together … are there more collaborations in the future?

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