The celebrities performed their own renditions of the singer's 2014 hit in a new video from 'W Magazine'
Hollywood is taking on Taylor Swift!
Julianne Moore, Natalie Portman, Robert Downey Jr. and Jodie Foster were among a group of stars who took part in a rendition of Taylor Swift’s 2014 hit “Blank Space” in a video released by W Magazine on Saturday.
The over 3-minute-long clip begins with Foster, 61, first admitting, “I don’t know a single Taylor Swift song,” as Downey Jr., 58, who appears in the next shot, states he is also “not familiar at all” with the pop star's music.
Anatomy of a Fall star Sandra Hüller says apologetically in a following clip, “I don’t know it, sorry Taylor, I’m really sorry.”
Taraji P. Henson, who also appears in the video, then declares, “I’m going to do my best Taylor!” — seconds before making her first mistake, as she mispronounces the singer’s last name.
There were varied performances given of Swift’s tune — from melodic recitals to hilarious dramatic readings — as well as some impressive note-for-note vocals from clear Swifties: Gladstone, 37, and Dynervor, 28.
The tribute video to Swift, 34, was released a day before the star is expected to attend the Grammy Awards on Sunday evening.
Swift is up for six nominations in total at the 2024 annual music ceremony: song of the year, record of the year and best pop solo performance for her chart-topping hit "Anti-Hero," best pop duo/group performance for "Karma" with Ice Spice, best pop vocal album and album of the year for Midnights.
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While she will be attending the awards show, Swift has been confirmed by PEOPLE not to be performing at the ceremony as she is scheduled to fly out straight afterward to Japan for the next leg of her Eras Tour, which will see her perform at the Tokyo Dome from Feb. 7-10.
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