Today in holy shit, Taylor Swift hopped on the radio and decided to everyone a solid and cover Eminem's classic, "Lose Yourself." Yes, that's right: the same song that soundtracked B-Rabbit's rise to battle king of Detroit in 2002's Lose Yourself is now a Taylor Swift cover.
This is amazing because of a few different reasons.
1. It's Taylor Swift covering a rap song.
2. It's Taylor Swift covering a rap song.
3. It's Taylor Swift covering a rap song.
I don't think she knows if she's wanting to sing or rap, but hey, who cares, because this is by far and away the most internet thing on the internet today. Enjoy.
Readers pointed out to me that this is the second time she's done this. Apparently she hasn't heard the new album.
Eric Sundermann was hugged by Taylor Swift twice. That same evening, she called him "very hip." There's no word yet on their upcoming wedding. He's on Twitter — @ericsundy
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