Singer-songwriter Taylor Swift has seemed unstoppable lately, and some high praise from a “Boy Meets World” actor is just icing on the cake!
Actor William Daniels played teacher Mr. Feeny on the sitcom “Boy Meets World” which premiered on September 24, 1993 and ran for seven seasons. In a new TikTok video, Daniels had some advice to share with his fans, and it’s all thanks to his granddaughter, Grace.
William Daniels Wants His Fans To Listen To ‘Red (Taylor’s Version)’
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“Hello, it’s Will Daniels,” he says. “You know, some things get better with age, like the wisdom of Mr. Feeny, so I’m here to tell you to listen to the new and better version of “Red” by Taylor Swift. Mostly based on the recommendation of my granddaughter, Grace, and, as you know, all too well, believe in yourself. Dream. Try. Do good.”
The video immediately went viral, and even caught the attention of Swift herself!
“My brother and I are FREAKING OUT,” Swift wrote. “We’re huge fans!!! This is so awesome. Thank you! And thank you Grace!!!”
The post contained numerous inside jokes and easter eggs for fans. His granddaughter is named Grace, which is ironic, because “State of Grace” also happens to be the first track on the “Red” album.
His mention of “All Too Well” is also the name of the fan-favorite song from the “Red” album. Although Swift had always said that the song was supposed to be ten minutes long, she had to cut the song in half in order to have it fit on the original 2012 “Red” album.
However, now that she released “Red (Taylor’s Version)” fans got to finally hear the 10-minute song as it was meant to be heard. The song was so popular that Swift also wrote and directed a short film of the song, starring Sadie Sink and Dylan O’Brien.
Swift Has More Surprises In Store For Her Fans!
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The “All Too Well” short film wasn’t the only treat Swift had in store for her fans. After releasing the album on Friday, Swift took to the “Saturday Night Live” stage to perform the 10-minute version of “All Too Well,” breaking “SNL” tradition by playing only one song instead of two.
However, Swift technically did give two performances, as she teamed up with comedian Pete Davidson for an “SNL” musical skit roasting three of the show’s writers: Ben Marshall, John Higgins, and Martin Herlihy, who also perform as the comedy group “Please Don’t Destroy.”
If that wasn’t enough, Swift released yet another music video on Monday, this time collaborating with actress Blake Lively, who made her debut directing the video for “I Bet You Think About Me.” The video stars Miles Teller and his wife, Keleigh Sperry Teller.
The song, which features the vocals of Chris Stapleton, is a vaulted song, which didn’t make the cut to appear on the original album and is now being heard by fans for the first time.
“i can’t believe this incredible song wasn’t in the original album !!!” one fan wrote. “with that being said we now got this new song and music video that are so RED we get to experience it all over again like its the first time !! i don’t know Im so overwhelmed and obsessed about this i’m screaming !!!”
“RED is literally full of surprises,” another fan wrote. “It’s giving me goosebumps.”
Between releasing an album, two music videos, and two “SNL” performances in four days, fans can only wonder what Swift has in store for them next!