Taylor Swift Feels Like She “Let Everyone Down” After Failed Avengers: Endgame Rumors

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May 15, 2019  09:24 PM

 

 

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Major musician and celebrity Taylor Swift feels like she let her fans down because of inaccurate Avengers: Endgame rumors.

Earlier this year, word on the mill suggested that leading contemporary singer-songwriter Taylor Swift would somehow make a cameo appearance in Marvel Studios’ Avengers: Endgame. Though the rumor seemed a bit farfetched, fans looked forward to seeing Swift in the second and final installment in Joe and Anthony Russo’s two-part Avengers movie.

Speaking in an interview with Ellen Degeneres during a recent appearance on The Ellen Show, Swift decided to open up about the Endgame rumor after being asked about the most ridiculous things fans believed about her.

According to the musician, she felt that she had accidentally let her fans down because of the rumor knowing that she had no involvement in the film.

“Well, there were some fans that thought I had something to do with Avengers: Endgame. Which, I would have loved to have been asked, but I wasn’t asked to be in it at all,” Swift explained, “Because we had the single coming out the same day and I have that was called ‘End Game’ and so they were like, ‘Oh my god, she’s gonna defeat, Thanos.’ I let everyone down again.”

While some of Swift’s fans felt let down by the musician’s absence from Endgame, the film itself did not disappoint. Not only was Endgame a major commercial success, but it was also well received by fans and critics alike. The film successfully culminated the past ten years of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Avengers: Endgame is currently screening in cinemas.

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