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As Swifties and others rejoice at the release of Taylor Swift’s Speak Now (Taylor’s Version), a reissue of the star’s third studio album from 2010, one previously unreleased track has some scratching their heads.

When Emma Falls in Love, one of the “from the vault” songs in the album rerelease, is gaining traction online as being about Oscar-winning actor Emma Stone, a known friend of Swift’s from the time Speak Now was initially written, around 2008-2010.

Several clues have been pointed out by eagle-eyed Swifties, including the fact one lyric, “Cause Little Miss Sunshine always thinks it’s gonna rain,” might be a nod to Stone’s biggest hit film of the era, Easy A, in which she famously rocks out to Natasha Bedingfield’s Pocketful of Sunshine.

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Talyor Swift and Emma Stone at the premiere of Screen Gems' "Easy A" at the Chinese Theater on September 13, 2010 in Los Angeles, California.

The movie was released the same year as the original Speak Now, in 2010, and Swift even attended the Easy A premiere to show support for her friend Stone.

Other slightly more vague clues come with a lyric referencing how Emma in the song “calls up her mum” to talk about her love life. Stone notably has taken her mother Krista to various awards shows and public events, per Entertainment Weekly. And the line “Well, she’s so New York when she’s in L.A.​​” could also be a reference to Stone, who was known to live in Los Angeles around the same time but was seen with Swift in New York City on a number of occasions.

Whatever the case may be, all the signs point to When Emma Falls in Love indeed being about Stone, as this wouldn’t be the first time Swift has made a sly reference to a real life person in her life (yes, we’re thinking of you, “Dear John” Mayer).

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Title: Is re-released Taylor Swift song about Emma Stone? Swifties are on the case
Sourced From: celebrity.nine.com.au/latest/emma-stone-taylor-swift-rumours-vault-song-when-emma-falls-in-love/e20b8b5b-372a-413b-8dd7-ca5b9325ca1c
Published Date: Sun, 09 Jul 2023 04:07:00 GMT

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Why are the Emmys happening again if they just had a ceremony in January?

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A new batch of Emmy nominations has dropped, which might seem perplexing, considering it was just yesterday that we were witnessing The Bear‘s Ebon Moss-Bachrach kiss his cast-mate Matty Matheson square on the lips on stage at the Peacock Theater after their show won Best Comedy Series. Well, that’s what it feels like, anyway.

Moss-Bachrach and all the boys and girls of The Bear are back in force on this new list of nominees, even breaking the record for most nods ever for a comedy series in a single year, but no one can quite figure out what season they’re all being nominated for.

What about the Emmys that happened in January?

That’s an excellent question! In January, television’s biggest names flocked to the Emmy Awards red carpet for the show’s 75th edition. That event was initially scheduled for its usual September slot in 2023, purposeful and carefully timed to ring in new television seasons with a celebration of the last, but then a major Hollywood crisis broke out that you may or may not recall.

2023 was defined, in part, by a pair of dueling Hollywood strikes that put nearly every film and television production on standby from May to November. Not only did the writers and actors’ strikes affect release schedules, but they also prevented those in the WGA and SAG-AFTRA from working in any capacity, including participating in a telecast like the Emmys as presenters and hosts (they could still be there as nominees, but who would be handing out the awards and delivering all the bad jokes?).

Make no confusion, however; the 75th Emmy Awards count as the 2023 Emmys and, regardless of the change in broadcast date, the only shows eligible for that ceremony were still those that aired between June 2022 and May 2023. That is why seasons that aired long before the 75th Emmy statuettes were even handed out — such as season 2 of The Bear, which dropped June 2023 — count towards the Emmys happening this September. The January ceremony awarded the FX show’s first season. So, for the dissenters who didn’t like the show’s third season that recently came out, don’t worry, that one hasn’t even been nominated yet.

2023 was not the first time the Emmys were delayed

The ceremony is rarely moved to a different date, but it’s not entirely unheard of.

Take 2001, which saw the ceremony shifted by several months. The 53rd Primetime Emmy Awards were initially slated to air in mid-September, as usual, but saw two delays push the awards back by a good seven weeks. The initial delay was prompted by the 9/11 attacks, which devastated the nation just five days before the ceremony was initially slated to air, and the 53rd Emmys were later delayed yet again by the early-October commencement of the two-decade-long war in Afghanistan.

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By: Nahila Bonfiglio
Title: Why are the Emmys happening again if they just had a ceremony in January?
Sourced From: wegotthiscovered.com/events/why-will-2024-have-two-emmy-awards-ceremonies/
Published Date: Wed, 17 Jul 2024 16:58:33 +0000

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Which Show Got the Most Nominations for the 2024 Emmys?

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For anyone betting on which TV shows would be nominated today at the Emmys, one title was a pretty safe bet. Throughout its run, the epic series Shgun was widely acclaimed across every aspect of its production, so it would be a shock if it didn’t get nominated at all. Now, with the nominations out, the series has made the cut and then some. The Hiroyuki Sanada-led series landed a whopping 25 nominations, the most for any TV series in 2024.

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By: Erick Massoto
Title: Which Show Got the Most Nominations for the 2024 Emmys?
Sourced From: collider.com/shogun-emmys-most-nominations/
Published Date: Wed, 17 Jul 2024 17:20:15 GMT

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Exclusive Clip: ‘Wild Wild Space’ Thrillingly Highlights the Wildly Changing Space Race Landscape

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Awards Daily presents a sneak peek at the upcoming documentary Wild Wild Space. Directed by Oscar®-winning filmmaker Ross Kauffman (“Born Into Brothels”), this fascinating documentary highlights the high-stakes race between companies looking to launch satellite-carrying rockets into low orbit. We see not only the thrills of genuine ingenuity and brilliance at work but also the […]

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Title: Exclusive Clip: ‘Wild Wild Space’ Thrillingly Highlights the Wildly Changing Space Race Landscape
Sourced From: www.awardsdaily.com/2024/07/exclusive-clip-wild-wild-space-thrillingly-highlights-the-wildly-changing-space-race-landscape/
Published Date: Tue, 16 Jul 2024 20:00:53 +0000

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