Who is the guy in Taylor Swift You Belong With Me video?

Who is the guy in Taylor Swift You Belong With Me video?

actor Lucas Till
Her love interest is portrayed by American actor Lucas Till; Swift met Till while acting on the set of Hannah Montana: The Movie in April 2008. She later asked him to act in the video, as she was intrigued by his “cool look”, embodying a “dreamy guy”.

How old was Taylor Swift in the You Belong With Me music video?

Taylor was 19 years young when she released You Belong With Me.

Who did Taylor Swift wrote you belong with me about?

Taylor Swift
Liz Rose
You Belong With Me/Composers

What year did Taylor Swift You Belong With Me song come out?

Taylor Swift’s huge crossover hit “You Belong With Me” turns 6 this week (it was officially released as a single April 19, 2009), so for today’s Throwback Thursday we’re looking back at her country-pop tune, which peaked at No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100.

How old is Nick?

About 24 years (1997)
Nick Till/Age

Is Taylor Swift taller than Justin Bieber?

(For comparison’s sake, Beyoncé is 5-foot-7, Justin Bieber is 5-foot-9, and Taylor Swift is 5-foot-10.)

When did Taylor Swift release ‘You Belong with Me’?

It was released on April 21, 2009, by Big Machine Records as the third single from Swift’s second studio album, Fearless (2008). Swift was inspired to write “You Belong with Me” after overhearing a male friend of hers arguing with his girlfriend through a phone call; she continued to develop a story line afterward.

What is the meaning of you Belong with Me by Taylor Swift?

Taylor Swift – You Belong With Me – Lyrics Meaning. You Belong With Me by Taylor Swift tells the story of a teenage girl that is in love with her friend that cannot see past his superficial girlfriend and realize all that she has to offer.

What is the theme of you Belong with Me by Taylor Swift?

Transcript of You Belong With Me- By Taylor Swift. Theme This Song is a Good example of poetry because it contains examples of at least three of the many poetic qualities we discussed in class: Rhyme, Repetition, and Alliteration, and has the underlying theme that you should not be afraid to recognize who you truly love.