Blink and you'll miss it.


Taylor Swift surprised fans on Wednesday when she announced that a segment from her re-recording of her song "Love Story" could be heard in a new Match commercial written by her pal Ryan Reynolds

And like all things Swiftian, there are some possible easter eggs within … 

The commercial, which focuses on the far too on-the-nose love match between satan and 2020 (personified as a woman), plays a montage of devious dates between the two, concluding with the pair posing for a selfie in front of a literal dumpster fire. 

Eagle-eyed fans took note of an item lingering in the background of the dumpster shot … a scooter. The building’s facade, where the abandoned scooter lies, bears a graffitied number … six.

Swifties assumed this imagery was a reference to Scooter Braun, who infamously purchased the master recordings of Swift’s first six studio albums and sold them to a private equity firm. 

Swift is now legally able to re-record the albums she lost the rights to, and is currently doing so

Sorry to this scooter.