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Former Citrus County man Miles Teller stars in Taylor Swift’s new music video

Wondered one fan: “Did Miles Teller get vaccinated to be in Taylor’s music video?”
Miles Teller attends the premiere of “The November Man” in 2014 in Deauville, France.
Miles Teller attends the premiere of “The November Man” in 2014 in Deauville, France.
Published Nov. 15, 2021|Updated Nov. 15, 2021

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Taylor Swift’s new music video opens up with a shot of a familiar Florida man: Miles Teller.

In “I Bet You Think About Me (Taylor’s Version),” the former Citrus County resident plays a groom haunted by his former lover (Swift), at a cinematic wedding to someone else.

The music video, which was released Monday, was written by Blake Lively and Swift. Teller’s real-life wife, Keleigh, stars alongside him as a bride.

The credits include a line thanking a COVID-19 safety team. However, some fans targeted Teller, a noted vaccine critic and friend of recently-ill Aaron Rodgers, for potentially putting T. Swift in danger.

Others wondered: Did Swift finally convince him to get the shot?

Teller starred in films like Whiplash and Top Gun: Maverick. Before he rose to fame as an actor, he moved to Florida as a sixth grader and attended Lecanto High School in Citrus County. He’s also the co-owner of a canned alcoholic beverage company Long Drink.

Related: Miles Teller went from Citrus County to stardom. Now he's in the beverage biz.

Watch the Florida Man-turned-Swiftie here:


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