Keleigh Teller Seems to Shade Joe Alwyn After Taylor Swift's 'TTPD' Release

Taylor Swift and Keleigh Teller at the 81st Annual Golden Globe Awards.

Did Keleigh Teller just come for best friend Taylor Swift's ex-boyfriend Joe Alwyn? Possibly.

Teller took to her Instagram Story shortly after The Tortured Poets Department was released with an incredibly supportive–and maybe slightly shady–message: a Spotify streaming link to stream Swift's new song, "So Long, London," shared alongside a single peace sign emoji.

Since the 14-time Grammy winner revealed the track list of her anthology album, Swifties have speculated that the song is a dig at Alwyn since it appears to be a play on her previous hit, "London Boy," and the lyrics mention "stop[ping] CPR" on a relationship since "the spirit was gone" and the couple would "never come to" again.

"So long, London / Had a good run / A moment of warm sun / But I’m not the one," Swift sings later on.

The Tortured Poets Department, which is Swift's 11th studio album, isn't just coded with hints that spite her past romantic relationships, it also appears to have included a diss aimed at reality TV star Kim Kardashian.

Many Swifties have interpreted the song "thanK you aIMee" to be a reflection of the fallout that occurred after the infamous and edited phone call The Kardashians star leaked between her then-husband Kanye West and the international pop superstar–something the SKIMS founder never apologized for.

The artist herself then hurled another subtle insult at her ex-boyfriends after "liking" and then "unliking" a now-viral meme that ranked all of her relationships–including current beau Travis Kelce, Matty Healy, Calvin Harris, Jake Gyllenhaal, and more–one day ahead of the album's release.

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