I'm not saying Taylor Swift and the Easter Bunny are the same person, but has anyone ever seen them in the same room?
The popstar is the Queen of the Easter egg, dropping hints and clues about what she's up to in pretty much anything she releases, whether that's a new album, a documentary or just a tweet. It always sends fans into a spiral and has led to them dissecting... literally everything she does.
Taylor could sneeze and someone would argue that the decibel level was 13.
Many new Easter eggs have now come out of Red (Taylor's Version), her second re-recorded album release on her quest to own all of her music.
Here are the theories:
Author Taylor Swift.
In the end of All Too Well: The Short Film, Taylor - playing "her" - has turned the story of her relationship with "him" into a book, which fans think could suggest a career pivot.
Whether it's a biography or fiction novel remains to be seen, but there are other clues.
In 2015, Taylor said she plans her life about two years ahead of time. Although two surprise pandemic albums probably threw that whole approach out the window, a book doesn't seem too left field for a prolific songwriter like her.
That same year she told GQ she wrote a novel when she was 14 called A Girl Named Girl, about a woman who has a daughter but wants a son, and she's been holding a trademark for that title ever since.
The next re-recording.
With two re-records done, and Taylor already owning her last three albums Lover, folklore and evermore, she now owns more than half of her discography, which is a big milestone.